The Food Processing Technology (NVCET) certificate program is designed to enable the trainee to utilize locally available resources to process and preserve specific food products. Upon completion, the trainee will be qualified to work in food processing industries in production capacity, perform middle supervisory functions, or venture into entrepreneurship in the food industry.
Upon graduating, NVCET certificate graduate in food processing technology can work as:
The potential employers
Food processing and preservation industries
National and county government ministries concerned with food security
Government parastatals such as national cereal and produce board, Kebs
The main objective of the food processing technology vocational certificate course is to equip the trainee with knowledge, practical skills, and attitudes that enables him/her to perform relevant duties in the food industry.
Specifically, it is expected that at the end of the course, the trainee should be able to: