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HAPPY NEW 2021. We are officially admitting new trainees as from February 2021. All new trainees (intakes) are advised to report to the Institute as from 15th February 2021.
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Dear Parent/Guardian/Sponsor. The term has not come to an end but we have a short Christmas break starting from Friday 18th December 2020.
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The following are the official reporting dates for continuing students who are sitting for their KNEC/KASNEB Examinations.
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In line with the directive from the State Department for Vocational and Technical Training of the Ministry of Education through a Circular dated 30th September 2020, Ref. No. MOE/VTT/ADM/2/12; Siaya Institute of Technology wishes to announce the re-opening of the Institute on 26th October 2020
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HIV is a preventable disease. Effective HIV prevention interventions have been proven to reduce HIV transmission. People who get tested for HIV and learn that they are infected can make significant behaviour changes to improve their health and reduce the risk of transmitting HIV to their sex or drug-using partners.
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Siaya Institute of Technology (SIT) witnessed a change of guard after the recent reshuffle of Principals of various TVET institutions by the Ministry of Education in the State Department for Vocational and Technical Training.
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An E-Learning training class in session
Siaya Institute of Technology recently concluded an e-learning training for its teaching staff in order to bridge the gap brought about by the government directive on cessation of movement due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha announced that the reopening of schools and tertiary institutions will not only depend on the level of preparedness to combat Covid-19 by the institutions but also largely on the decision by the President Uhuru Kenyatta.
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As you are all aware, we are experiencing unprecedented times in the world due to COVID-19 pandemic. The President, Ministry of Health and WHO have issued a raft of procedures and protocols to be strictly observed by everybody to ensure safety.
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