June 23rd 2021, the 8th International Women in Engineering Day was marked all across the world. Women in engineering from all calibers of life from students to seasoned professionals all […]
Event: *Navigating Career Paths- JKUAT* Event date : Saturday, 24th April 2021. Time: 2.00 – 5.00 PM EAT. Registration Link: http://bit.ly/JKUATTalkRegister. WebEx Link: http://bit.ly/JKUATTalkWebex In collaboration with: ~ *IEEE[…]
Karen Kendi Gitonga, is graduate mechanical engineer from The Technical University of Kenya. Her jovial and sarcastic nature, coupled with her love for poetry, visual arts and a good story[…]
Nancy Kirui is an electrical and electronics engineer graduate of Moi University. She currently works as a Rig maintenance engineer. She is a member of IEK and serves as a[…]
Selly Saidi is an electrical engineer by profession. She studied B.Eng. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Moi University and is currently pursuing an MSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering[…]
Lydia Komen is a Civil and Structural Engineer graduate with 8 years’ experience working in different organizations. She is currently a Power Substations Engineer at Kenya Power. She is passionate[…]
Faith Langat is a Chemical and Process Engineer by training, an Afrika Kommt Sub-Saharan African Leadership Fellow 2019-2021, Assistant Technical Delegate WorldSkills International Kenyan Chapter and above all a passionate[…]
TPM means everyone is responsible for equipment. That is the ultimate TPM attitude. To be lean you need to have reliable equipment.To have reliable equipment you need everyone involved in the whole production from the top management to the junior most staff. The traditional attitude of “I design, you fix, you fix I operate ” is long gone and TPM is advocating for “We are all responsible for our equipment” kind of attitude.
You are an Engineer seated somewhere and perhaps you are bored with your current job position, you are looking for promotion, you want to change careers or better still you want to be an ‘engineerpreneur’. Or you just want to be set apart from the rest of the engineers out there. All these you want to do but going back to school for more training or further education is not an option because of one reason or another. Plus for many engineers going back to school after spending five or more years pursuing under graduate education is not top of their priority. Well Engineer, the answer could be certification in your area of choice.