Sensei Alumni Finds his Luck with a Chinese Company


Sensei Alumni Finds his Luck with a Chinese Company

Posted On: 27-03-2019 12:11

 

Abdirahman Abdulahi is an Excavator Operator at Sinohydro Company in Garissa. He is a Sensei Alumni of August 2018 where he trained as a plant operator. Mr Abdirahman says through his commitment and patience he was able to rise ranks quickly.

Sinohydro Company is in charge of hydropower construction, responsible for hydropower stations in the country. It runs different businesses from water conservancy and hydropower construction as well as operation in Read More

Mechanic Doreen Lands a New Job


Mechanic Doreen Lands a New Job

Posted On: 20-03-2019 11:48

 

Doreen Chepwogen, a Construction Plant Mechanic has landed a new job few months after completing her training. She trained in Plant Mechanics course at Sensei Institute for a duration of 6 months.

Full of determination and commitment, Doreen hoped for the best in her career. She now works at A. Jiwa Shamji Company in Bomet County.

“I am so excited that I got this job. I appreciate Sensei for the skills they equipped me with,” she sai Read More

VIOLAH: I LEFT MY CATERING JOB TO BE A PLANT OPERATOR


VIOLAH: I LEFT MY CATERING JOB TO BE A PLANT OPERATOR

Posted On: 13-03-2019 10:45

We had a live chat with Violah Korir, a student at  Sensei who abandoned his catering jo to join plant operator course in the best college.

Who is Violah Korir?

Violah: I am a chef by profession.

A chef? Why are you in Sensei?

Violah: I am training to be a plant operator

Why the transition from Chef to Plant Operator? Read More

Clara Kimungui Confession: I Settled for Sensei it beats all the Schools I visited


Clara Kimungui Confession:  I Settled for Sensei it beats all the Schools I visited

Posted On: 13-02-2019 13:39

 

Clara Kimungui is a plant operator at Sensei Institute of Technology. She confesses that she went around the different schools that offer technical courses before enrolling with Sensei. According to her, Sensei met her expectation right from the warm reception from the front office team as well as the initiative of showing her the machines trained.

“I liked Sensei right from the way they welcomed me and showed me the machines. Something with lacke Read More

Faith Chepkoech: Sensei gave me a Second Chance in Life


Faith Chepkoech: Sensei gave me a Second Chance in Life

Posted On: 12-12-2018 08:25

Faith Chepkoech is a proud ambassador of Sensei Institute.  She started training in driving school and now in to plant operator. She comes from a humble background in Olenguruone, Nakuru County. She believes that through the training she will achieve her dream of making her family proud.

She could not complete her high school education due to lack of school fees. However, that did not kill her dream of becoming someone in future. “I dropped out of school in Form two due to Read More

Celebrating a Female Plant Mechanic-Doreen


Celebrating a Female Plant Mechanic-Doreen

Posted On: 24-10-2018 09:31

 

Doreen is the first lady to complete plant mechanic course from Sensei Institute. She had passion and energy to undertake the course. Plant mechanic course is normally associated with men. She broke the belief by enrolling after training as a driver.

Back at home in Bomet County, Doreen’s family organized a ceremony to celebrate her for successfully completing the course. It was a day to be remembered as Sensei family took part in the celebrations Read More

Goodnews to Motorbike Riders: Google Maps to Ease Transport


Goodnews to Motorbike Riders: Google Maps to Ease Transport

Posted On: 18-10-2018 11:40

 

Google has launched Google maps for Boda boda riders. It will offer Motorbike Mode on Google Maps in Kenya. It will also include the voice navigation service for motorbike riders as they move around.

According to Google, the service will benefit over a million Kenyans who use boda bodas in move and transport goods from one place to another.

“With Google Maps’ new Motorbike Mode, users across Kenya will now be able to get directions and turn-by-turn n Read More

Sensei Moulded my Future: John


Sensei Moulded my Future: John

Posted On: 17-10-2018 08:49

 

John Muriithi is a senior operator at a Korean Company in Nyandarua County. He is a Sensei Institute Alumni who trained back in 2014. Muriithi enrolled and trained in Plant Operator course. He admits that Sensei moulded him with the skills he uses until now. He further appreciates the effort the institute puts in equipping students.

Additionally, Mr. John admits that the journey in search of jobs is not an easy one. He equates his success to obedience and humility. &ldq Read More

Passion to be a Plant Operator at 54 Years: Thomas Ayuku’s Story


Passion to be a Plant Operator at 54 Years: Thomas Ayuku’s Story

Posted On: 09-10-2018 16:54

 

Age is just a number for 54 year old grandfather of six. Thomas Ayuku aspires to be a plant operator. With a passion for the course he enrolled for training at Sensei in October 2018. He is ready to get the skills that will see his dream career materialize.

Ayuku is a father of six children and a grandfather. He hails from Kakamega County and is a proud student in the heavy machinery class.  His aim is to acquire plant operator skills to enable him Read More

From Uganda In search for Plant Operator skills- Ayiella Emmanuel’s story


From Uganda In search for Plant Operator skills- Ayiella Emmanuel’s story

Posted On: 25-09-2018 15:09

 

All the way from Uganda, Ayiella Emmanuel, is a student at Sensei Institute of Technology.  He chose to cross the border to Kenya in pursuit of a Plant Operator course. Ayiella who has specialized in six machines says the training will be of great importance to him when he finally goes back to his country.

 Ayiella reveals that he learnt about Sensei through his longtime friend who was once a student at Sensei. His friend informed him of the h Read More

TECHNICAL SKILLS TRAINING-Next frontier for job creation


TECHNICAL SKILLS TRAINING-Next frontier for job creation

Posted On: 02-02-2018 10:37

Article written and Published on Career & Education Journal 

Theme: 2018 TRAINING & CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Published on The Standard Newspaper 31st January 2018

To attain Vision 2030, Kenya requires over 30,000 technologists, 90,000 technicians and over 400,000 craftsmen. This labor force will only be made available when we embrace technical skills training that are a great pillar in realizing this vision. Read More

Working abroad pays well- Isac Masereka 's words to fellow Plant Operators


Working abroad pays well- Isac Masereka 's words to fellow Plant Operators

Posted On: 30-08-2017 12:49

Isac Meseraka a Ugandan was inspired by Indians who were operators back in Qatar where he worked as a security guard. His then career as a guard has long working hours and poor working conditions as compared to the operators who worked for few hours with good conditions and were paid very well. 

Tell us about yourself...

I am a Ugandan, 28 years of age,well educated and have worked in different countries like Iraq with the Americans. 

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Electrical Installation student at Sensei gets candid about his career- Victor Wanjohi's story


Electrical Installation student at Sensei gets candid about his career- Victor Wanjohi's story

Posted On: 12-08-2017 09:37

Victor is a self motivated young person who aims at maximizing his skills for a independent career in future. He shares with us his interests in studying electrical installation at Sensei Institute of Technology.

Why Electrical Installation and not any other course?

Rural electrifica Read More

Unique Skills for a Unique You


Unique Skills for a Unique You

Posted On: 16-03-2017 17:05

Life does not treat us EQUALLY....yes that's true it doesn't. If life treated us equally then why do we struggle with things when others always find an easy way out?

Here is the fact, life treats us UNIQUELY and that makes us special in life and of value. Come to think of it... if you turned right and left and found the image of yourself sitting right there, doing all you can do and having the same weaknesses as you do. Life would be a misery, right? Appreciate this fact now. You are Read More

NOW IS THE TIME!!! YOUR BEST JOB IS HERE


NOW IS THE TIME!!! YOUR BEST JOB IS HERE

Posted On: 28-11-2016 13:06

 

Now Is the Time!!! Get Yourself a job in the construction industry

Looking for a career (or second career) that you can count on (no more dead-end jobs). That pays well (no more working three jobs and still having to worry about finances and the time to spend with your family), that offers you a feeling of  accomplishment and  pride of knowing that “I  built that”. Well, you Read More

What next after KCSE? Practical Skills training in the construction Industry


What next after KCSE? Practical Skills training in the construction Industry

Posted On: 02-08-2016 19:01

Opinion Piece on alternative training
Paper written for the Daily nation Newspaper supplement on Alternative Training titled “What next after KCSE?”

Published in the newspaper on March 12, 2015
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