Who we are

For the last 10 years, Nairobi Aviation College has made tremendous steps in provision of A level training to majority of Kenyans by offering aviation related courses.

Among successful programmes which are offered in our branches include Kenya National Exams Council (KNEC) syllabi on Aeronautical engineering, Business, IT and Economics.

Africa's finest
Last Updated on Apr 03 2013

Africa's finest

Nairobi Aviation Named the best in Africa in the 2013 edition of the IATA congress. read article here
Devotion
Last Updated on Feb 19 2013

Devotion

At Nairobi Aviation college, we devote ourselves to quality service to our clients and it is a great concern for us to ensure graduates from the college are directly absorbed in key areas of economic development
Co-curricular
Last Updated on Feb 19 2013

Co-curricular

Apart from academics, we have provided opportunity for our students to participate in co-curricular activities such as sports, music, drama and others
Quality Service
Last Updated on Feb 19 2013

Quality Service

We devote ourselves to quality service to our clients and it is a great concern for us to ensure graduates from the college are directly absorbed in key areas of economic development
Perfection
Last Updated on Feb 19 2013

Perfection

We have produced thousands of graduates who are currently employed and self-employed in various sectors of our economy.
Hospitality
Last Updated on Jul 19 2012

Hospitality

The college is registered by the ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology to offer tertiary vocational training.
Nairobi Aviation College- Proffession is Power
Boosting aviation Featured
Monday, Jul 23 2012
Kenya’s aviation industry has received a boost in its capacity building efforts following the donation of an aircraft to one of the few aviation training institutions in the country. Tropic air charters, a charted airline operating from nanyuki has donated an aircraft worth 3.4 million kenya shillings to the eldoret aviation training institute. The donation has been welcomed by the sector that already struggles for human resourcs due to the lack of enough training facilities to produce competent aviation personnel
Monday, Jul 23 2012

Recent news reports suggest that Kenya is about to get its first civilian drone. The drone has been ordered by the Ol Pejeta wildlife conservancy to provide surveillance over 90,000 acres of land in Laikipia. If the drone programme succeeds, Ol Pejeta will order more of them.

Research

Research and academicsStakeholders in Africa have unearthed many challenges to Africa’s quest for development. Many of them have recommended multi-sector approach to tackling some of the obstacles to development, where all sectors need to be involved in planning and executing development goals.

The Narobi Aviation College would like to take this opportunity to invite scholars, researchers, academics and students in Africa and elsewhere to submit abstracts or proposals on challenges to development in Africa and better ways of responding to them. Below is a list of some of the projects, documentaries, and Research papers by our student:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We Welcome you to visit our new campus websites

Meru Campus: www.meru.nac.ac.ke
Nakuru Campus: www.nakuru.nac.ac.ke
Eldoret Campus: www.eldoret.nac.ac.ke
Kisumu Campus: www.kisumu.nac.ac.ke
Kitale Campus: www.kitale.nac.ac.ke

 

 

 

 

 

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