The ICT department started in 2007 as a Committee with four members representing each of the core academic departments. It was formed to address issues related to ICT and training e.g. CEMASTEA ICT policy, ICT laboratory and infrastructure, ICT maintenance policy, ICT capacity building, etc. Today it is a fully fledged Department.
It now has two functional laboratories with state of the art facilities. ICT integration is now practiced in all the academic departments and programs as a core training function.It also offers computer user support services to the CEMASTEA staff and participants.
Teachers, learners and managers are empowered through ICT integration for quality education
To provide training in ICT integration and innovation for quality education
Training and capacity building
Integrating ICT into all programs
User support services
Automation of Centre processes
Collaboration and partnership
Mr. Paul N. Waibochi