Zetech features in secondary school Heads annual conference
Almost 10,000 school principals have converged in Mombasa County for the anticipated Kenya Secondary Schools Heads [KESSHA] National Governing Council meeting, to address the challenges as well as achievements made in the sector since the same period last year.
The 44th annual delegates’ conference, being held at the Kenya School of Revenue Administration grounds will this year focus on the theme Quality Education in the Context of the 100 per cent Transition. This is in line with Zetech University’s efforts in heightening quality in the content taught to students and the calibre of faculty engaged to teach.
Leading a team from the University, Executive Director of Corporate Affairs Moses Maina highlighted the fundamental role principals play in the life of their students, especially in helping them transition to higher education. He noted that the University is excited to be a part of the conference and interact with delegates from all over the country to enlighten them on the Zetech journey and the advantages of having private and Government sponsored trainees join the institution.
“We are excited to once again be part of the KESSHA conference and learn more about the needs of the industry to better satisfy demand. As one of the leading private universities in Kenya, we are focused on engaging different stakeholders who can partner with us in ensuring students access quality and affordable education.” Moses said.
In the recent weeks, the University has secured collaborations with different organizations with reach all over the Country to place students for internship and provide the industry experience required to better prepare students for the market.