RECENT RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS OF THE SCHOOL
- Orangi, K. A. & Wandaka, I. (2015). Analysis of Trainer Attributes in TIVET Institutions in Kenya. 4th International Conference Cotton, Textile and Apparel Value Chain in Africa. Ethiopian Institute of Textile.
- Orangi A. K. (2016). Analysis of infrastructural support and trainer attributes in Technical and vocational education and training institutions offering clothing and textile course in Kenya. TVET Jourmel (1) 1. Kenya
- Millicent Kimemia (2015). Determinants of students’ selection of protective clothing in technical institutions in Central Kenya.
- Thairu, E. (2017). Clothing challenges facing cancer survivors in Kenya. A survey of Kenyatta National Hospital in Nairobi.
7 PAPERS SUBMITTED FOR PUBLICATION
|1||Orangi A.K. & Kimemia M.W.||
Assessment of tutors’ qualification and training needs in technical vocational educational and training institutions offering textile technology courses. International Journal of Arts and Commerce 2018;3(4)
|Under going review||Awaiting Publication|
|2||Kimemia M.W. &
Orangi A. K.
|Perception, Safety practice and factors affecting use of protective gears by students in selected technical institutions in central Kenya. International Journal of Advanced Research and Review (IJARR),2018;3(4): 123-132||Under going review||Awaiting Publication|
|3||Thairu E. N.||Clothing challenges facing cancer survivors in Kenya. A survey of Kenyatta National Hospital in Nairobi. Scholars journal of Medical Sciences, Kenya 2018||Under going review
|4||Kimemia M.W.||Availability and appropriateness of protective clothing in technical institutions in Central Kenya. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development 2016
||Under going review
|5||Nelius Gate||Factors influencing students’ performance in technical education in Kenya. The Case study of Kirinyaga University, Kirinyaga County.||Under going review
|6||Grace Chomba||Comparative assessment of factors that influence participation of tourism by international and domestic tourism. Case of Mt. Kenya tourism circuit.||Under going review||Awaiting Publication|