Beta Care Training Institute (BCTI)

The school is a brain child of the founder and current C.E.O of Beta Care Hospital and also serves as the Managing director of the training institute. The Beta Care Training Institute, an initiative of Beta Care Hospital, was founded in year 2016.

The institute has gone through a metamorphosis over the years to its current name which was launched on October of 2018 with its current name. The school has grown to accommodate both day and boarder scholars. As such it has spacious, clean and comfortable living quarters, quality nutritious food and security for the boarding students.

Beta Care Training Institute is located on the third floor of Beta Care Hospital building located in Githunguri town next to the Kiambu/Ruiru/Githunguri Junction. The institute is well staffed with a variety of personnel who are well versed with their particular areas of expertise with a good number of years of experience. The facility has well equipped lecture rooms, modern books, internet and other learning materials.

The management of the school has built a top of the line institute that continues to produce graduates who have relevant work skills through a well-balanced curriculum encompassing theory and practical training.

Mission Statement

To provide, promote and improve the quality of healthcare services provided by excellent education and training programs in the health sciences.

Vision Statement

To be a quality driven academic health center noted for its high effective & innovative education and training programs.

Core Values

  • Quality Training
  • Efficiency and effectiveness
  • Teamwork
  • Accountability
  • Integrity

Moto

“You don’t have to be great to start but, you have to start to be great”

Our Courses 

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Certificate in Community Health Worker
Certificate in Patient Attendant
Certificate in Perioperative Theatre Technology

Course overview

Community Health Worker Certificate qualification consists of competencies that a person must achieve to enable him/her to effectively discharge community health works and contribute towards meeting the identified health needs and requirements. Upon successful completion of the program, students will be expected to:

  • Create connections between vulnerable populations and healthcare providers: help patients identify socio-economic issues that affect their overall health and develop health/social management plans and goals.
  • Help patients navigate healthcare and social service systems; communicate to clients/patients the purposes of specific programs and the impact it may have on their health/well-being.
  • Manage care and care transitions for vulnerable populations
  • Reduce social isolation among patients; advocate for underserved individuals or communities to receive services and resources to address health needs
  • Determine eligibility and enroll individuals in health insurance plans
  • Ensure cultural competence among healthcare providers serving vulnerable populations
  • Educate healthcare providers and stakeholders about community health needs
  • Provide culturally appropriate health education on topics related to chronic disease prevention, physical activity, and nutrition
  • Collect data and relay information to stakeholders to inform programs and policies; document all client encounters and contracts made on behalf of clients; complete and submit monthly reports; maintain comprehensive electronic client files, such as client notes, release of information, assessments and other medical documents acquired on behalf of the client.
  • Provide informal counseling, health screenings, and referrals
  • Build community capacity to address health issues
  • Address social determinants of health

Duration

The total duration of the course is one year, which includes two trimesters of coursework and one trimester for Industrial Attachment

Entry Requirements

An individual entering this course should have any of the following minimum requirements:

  • Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) Certificate

Or

  • Equivalent qualifications as determined by Kenya National Qualifications Authority (KNQA)

And/or

  • As may be guided by relevant regulatory body

Industrial Attachment

An individual enrolled in this course will undergo a field attachment in a Community Health Unit.

Examinations

There will be:

  • Continuous internal assessments coordinated by BCTI
  • External Competence assessment at completion of course coordinated by TVET CDACC

Certification If successfully completed, the candidate will be awarded a certificate by Beta Care Training Institute. Tuition Fees Kshs. 60,000 per year

Reporting Dates for 2023 Intake

March, 2023 Apply Now

Food and Accommodation available at a fee (9,000 per month)

Please call  0708177909 for more information.

Course overview

This course is designed to equip an individual with competencies required to participate in provision of nursing attendant services in a hospital set up, home-based care, or other care-giving environment. On successful completion of the course, the patient attendant will be skilled in:

  • Assisting clients/patients in their homes, community, or clinic setting.
  • Preventing nosocomial infections
  • Providing patient care services to the patients
  • Ensuring patient safety
  • Taking vital signs and maintaining its records in the medical chart
  • Communicating the patient’s needs to effective channels
  • Feeding the patient and ensuring that their dietary needs are met
  • Assisting patients to use medical devices and equipment as required
  • Providing support to patients who need assistance for walking or standing
  • Assisting in the transportation of the patient.
  • Helping with daily life chores like bathing and dressing
  • Overseeing the administration of medication
  • Changing the position of the patient to prevent bedsores

Duration

The total duration of the course is one year, which includes two trimesters of coursework and one trimester for Industrial Attachment

Entry Requirements

An individual entering this course should have any of the following minimum requirements:

  1. Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) Certificate (E and above)

Or

  1. Equivalent qualifications as determined by Kenya National Qualifications Authority (KNQA)

Industrial Attachment

You must undergo an industrial attachment for a period of 3 months in a recognized hospital.

Examinations

There will be:

  • Continuous internal assessments coordinated by BCTI
  • Competence assessment at completion of course overseen by an external verifier

Certification

If successfully completed, the candidate will be awarded a certificate by Beta Care Training Institute.

Tuition Fees

Kshs. 60,000 per year

Reporting Date for next Intake

March, 2023  Apply Now

Food and Accommodation available at a fee (9,000 per month).

Please call 0708177909 for more information. 

Course Overview

Perioperative Theatre Technicians are allied healthcare professionals. After completion of the program, students will be skilled at peri-operatively preventing nosocomial infections, providing perioperative theatre technical services to the theatre team, ensuring perioperative safety of patients and the theatre team, and maintaining operation theatre instruments and apparatus. Common duties include:

  • Arranging surgical instruments before surgery
  • Sterilizing instrumentation before surgery
  • Cleaning surgical instruments after surgery
  • Carrying out Surgeons’ commands during surgery
  • Taking care of anesthesia equipment.

This course is designed to equip an individual with competencies required to participate in provision of perioperative services in a hospital set up. It focuses on actual operating room procedures. Students also learn through lab studies and internships in hospital operating rooms.

Duration

The total duration of the course is 1.5 years, which includes one year of coursework followed by 3 months of Industrial Attachment and internship each.

Entry Requirements

An individual entering this course should have any of the following minimum requirements:

  1. Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) mean grade D (plain)

Or

  1. Equivalent qualifications as determined by Kenya National Qualifications Authority (KNQA)

Industrial Attachment

You must undergo an industrial attachment for a period of 3 months in a recognized hospital with an operation theatre.

Internship

The graduate will undertake a 6 months internship in a recognized hospital with an operation theatre.

Examinations

There will be:

  • Continuous internal assessments coordinated by BCTI
  • External Competence assessment at completion of course coordinated by TVET CDACC

Certification

If successfully completed, the candidate will be awarded a certificate by TVET CDACC and Beta Care Training Institute.

Tuition Fee

Kshs 80,000 per year

Reporting Dates for 2023 Intake

March, 2023  Apply Now

Food and Accommodation available at a fee (9,000 per month).

Please call 0708177909 for more information.