Occupational Safety & Health


Certificate in Mining Operations, Safety & Health

Course Overview

Certificate in Mining Occupational Safety and Health is designed to help students rise to the challenge of creating a hazardless mining environment. Students will be required to complete advanced coursework in ventilation, geo-mechanics, chemical exposure, as well as how to design processes and procedures that minimize the inherent risks of excavation in mining. The course designed with the input of experts in the industry and is taught by leading faculty members can be completed entirely online, making the program a great choice for working professionals looking to develop their skills. This course is specifically developed for front line supervisors in the mining sector.

Course Structure

This is a non-modular program examined by college and with demonstrated competences in the industry. The course is designed to be completed in 2 terms. Minimum Entry Requirement is KCSE D- (Minus) or equivalent. Examinations are taken at the conclusion of every term. Students must pass all examined units to be awarded a Certificate. An industrial attachment is required at the conclusion of the first two terms.


Certificate in Oil & Gas Operations, Safety & Health

Course Overview

The program is designed to cover the principles of process safety management in the oil and gas industries. The syllabus takes a risk management approach based on best practice and international industry standards. It is designed to help students rise to the challenge of creating a hazardless oil and gas industry by focusing on Safety and environmental management in this industry, Hydrocarbon process safety, Fire protection and emergency responses.

Course Structure

This is a non-modular program examined by an International examination body (NEBOSH) with demonstrated competences in the industry. Minimum Entry Requirement is KCSE D- (Minus) or equivalent. The course is designed to be completed in 2 terms with examinations taken at the conclusion of the second term. Students must pass all examined units to be awarded a Certificate. The college requires our students to complete a three months industrial attachment.

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