Kabarak University has appointed Dr. Daniel Mutai as the Executive Director of its TVET Institute, with Ms. Faith Yator joining as Deputy Director. The installation ceremony, led by the esteemed Vice-Chancellor Prof. Henry Kiplangat, marks a significant milestone in Kabarak University's commitment to advancing TVET in Kenya.
Dr. Daniel Mutai brings a wealth of experience and a visionary approach to the role of Executive Director. With a background in Electrical Engineering and a profound understanding of TVET, his appointment underscores Kabarak University's dedication to delivering high-quality vocational education in Kenya.
The Vice-Chancellor expressed confidence in Dr. Mutai's ability to guide the TVET Institute to greater heights, providing students with the skills and knowledge essential for success in today's competitive job market. Ms. Faith Dantewo, appointed as Deputy Director, will work closely with Dr. Daniel Mutai to fulfill the TVET Institute's mission. Her experience and expertise in educational administration make her a valuable addition to the leadership team. Together with Dr. Mutai, Ms. Dantewo is poised to drive innovation and excellence in TVET programs.
Under the guidance of Prof. Henry Kiplangat and the newly appointed leadership team, Kabarak University's TVET programs are set to provide students with a dynamic and practical education that aligns with industry needs. This move not only strengthens the university's commitment to academic excellence but also contributes to Kenya's broader efforts to equip its workforce with the skills required for a rapidly evolving job market.
As the TVET Institute at Kabarak University embarks on this exciting journey under the leadership of Dr. Daniel Mutai and Ms. Faith Dantewo, it opens doors to a future where vocational education plays a pivotal role in shaping the career paths and success of countless students. The university's commitment to innovation and excellence in TVET is a promising sign for the development of a skilled and competitive workforce in Kenya and beyond.