Faith Chepkoech: Sensei gave me a Second Chance in Life

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 lack of school fees and I could not figure out a future without a form four certificate”, she says.

According to Faith, it was a relief when she learnt of Sensei Institute which trains everybody regardless of their academic background. “I made up my mind to join Sensei as soon as I learnt that all they required was a National ID”, she recalls.

Faith having good time on her favourite machine

Additionally she was inspired to join the school by the fact that Sensei admits and trains both gender without discrimination. Being a girl she realized she had been given an opportunity equal to that of boys. She further appreciates the training she has been receiving from the dedicated instructors. She will complete her training in December and leave a well equipped operator ready for the job market.

Faith who hopes to get a job as soon as she completes her training, promises to bring her younger sister to Sensei for the training. “I will ensure my sister comes to Sensei for the training, as soon as I get a job. I love the skills I have acquired so far”.