Just recently, a number of social and economic pundits made it clear that education is the key, rather most important aspect of development that the Kenyan government needs to invest heavily in to reap big.
While there are countless education entities that impart knowledge to millions of Kenyans, not all are approved and really give students what they paid for.
However, the hope is not lost as there are others that seriously focus on its students future and The Nairobi College Of Bread And Confectionery Technology (NCBCT) happens to be among the few institutions that fully and diligently helps many Kenyans eke a living through skills learnt at the school.
The Kenya Times has learnt that the highly-reputable baking school was officially registered in the 2002 by the Ministry of Education.
According to countless testimonials from the Nairobi College of Bread and Confectionary Technology alumni, the institution is without a doubt the oldest baking technology college in Kenya that actually connects passionate Kenyans to their different preferred professions.
Well, apart from being around for many years, the school boasts of producing some of the most successful students who have ended up working, managing and even creating top baking companies in the country.
NCBCT as it is also known, is the only private institution that offers short and long professional courses in bread making, pastry products, cake making and cake decoration, and you can get your Diploma, Artisan or Craft online.
Through it’s Tetra Online Training Institute, student can even enroll for different other courses such as;
The Kenya Times understands that the short courses run from two weeks to ten weeks programmes which cost as little as KSh 13,500 with the most expensive course ranging at about KSh 52,500.
In an exclusive interview with The Kenya Times, the institution’s head disclosed that the courses involve hands-on training with some of Kenya’s best instructors and tutors.
To add the icing on the cake, The NCBCT also has courses that are specifically designed for children ranging from the age of 13 to 17 years old who can be enrolled for short 1 week courses in cake making, cake decoration, and Cookies during the November and December holiday, April holidays and August holidays.
The courses take only 3 hours per day and costs only KSh 10,500 per child inclusive of ingredients, the school’s director told The Kenya Times.
Apart from Diploma and Craft Certificate Programs, KCSE leavers can also benefit themselves with short practical skills in different areas of professions from the Nairobi College of Bread and Confectionery Technology starting January 7, 2023 until December 2023 for various courses such as:
1) 2 weeks courses (3 hours or 6 hours per day for only KSh13500)
2)10 weeks courses (3hours or 6 hours per day for only KSh 52,500.
Interested parties can reach out to the college leadership through:
1st floor, National Housing Corporation Building on Aga Khan Walk in Nairobi CBD.
Phone number: 0722237181
Email : email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org for online programs.