The 7th RVTTI Graduation ceremony was held on 10 November 2017. during this graduation,Over the last year, the institution has not only continued to grow in size but also in reputation.

Mr Irungu Nyaikera
Permanent Secretary
Planning and Statistics

Dr. Dinah Mwinzi
Permanent Secretary
Technical and vocation education.

Dr. Lang’at addressing the congregation

Today a total of 837 students are graduating with diplomas in several technical engineering, sciences and business courses, 2 of which are with Higher National Diplomas. In addition, 286 and 174 students are graduating with craft and artisan certificates respectively. Among the artisan cohort is a special group who have been exclusively trained by RVTTI – the NTSA driving instructors based on the new drivers’ curriculum.

Our graduation data also indicate that we are making great strides in our efforts to train and educate more female students and make RVTTI a truly equal opportunities institution in line with the National objectives of empowering the women. Further, the number of students seeking enrollment in our institution grows higher every year

Wambai presenting the speech on behalf of the BOG chairman RVTTI

we wish to congratulate the graduands of today and wish them the very best as they venture into the world of work.

For our graduands we say Well done. You’ve done us proud

His Excellency J. Mandago.
Governor Uasin Gishu County.

His Excellency Stephen Sang. Governor, Nandi County