On the afternoon of Friday 6th July 2018, Eastlands College of Technology students battled it out in a soccer match with the staff members at the College football grounds.The match had been anticipated impatiently by both sides with thorough preparation. The match began at 3: 30 PM and ended with a tie of 1-1. The
Viaro, an international school in Barcelona, Spain, in conjunction with the Eastlands College of Technology holds a Reach Out Program (ROP) each year in Nairobi’s Eastlands environs. The students from both institution join hands in carrying out projects to uplift the living conditions of the people living in the slums. This year, the one month
Each year, Eastlands College of Technology members of staff and students as well as friends of the College set off for a 3-day team building excursion at Mt. Kenya. This year it ran from 5th to 7th June; where a total of 15 members managed to reach the summit and back. They had been joined
Two students from Eastlands College of Technology: Geoffrey Omollo and David Njuguna, barely two months after finishing their course in Automotive Technology, landed their first job at Max Torque. They are engaged with assembly and repair of motorbikes at the plant. They expressed their gratitude to the College for their success so far, when Mr.
Eastlands College of Technology conducted a week-long specialized welding training targeting one G (1 G) level technicians from Isuzu East Africa in the field from 14th to 18th May 2018. It was an initiative between Eastlands College, People positive and Isuzu Company which saw eleven technicians from Isuzu participating in the training that was carried
The College received more than three hundred applications from applicants in an attempt to get a place ECT in the May 2018 intake. After preliminary examination and the accompanying procedures, only 149 students succeeded to secure the coveted slots in the College. They were enrolled in different courses namely: Electrical Technology, Mechanical Maintenance Technology, Diploma
Eastlands College of Technology greatly values sports. It is with this that the College took an initiative to come up with the changing rooms. The project was started, thanks to the help of Viaro School in Spain during their summer work camp in 2017. They laid the foundation then ECT students picked it up from
Earlier in 2018, the College involved its students in a project that would see the perimeter wall of the College brightly lit by the street lights using solar power technology. It was a combined initiative of both Electrical Technology and Mechanical Maintenance Technology departments of the College.
On Saturday 9th December 2017, Eastlands College of Technology hoisted a rugby festival dubbed Springboard Sevens Touch Rugby Festival.The Springboard Sevens Touch Rugby Festival is a springboard to a new life, whose aim is to: Assist the post-secondary students use the platform to further their education. Give prospective players an opportunity to be scouted by
ECT sent a delegation of two students and four members of staff on 7th October 2017 in Strathmore School, during the School’s Career Day. Thereafter a Question and Answer session followed where the students’ curiosity on various courses offered at ECT was cooled. Most of the students, especially those who will be doing their Kenya