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Food Technology (Quality Control) Higher Diploma - KNEC

The main objective of the Food Technology (Quality Control) higher diploma program is to equip the trainee with knowledge, practical skills and attitudes to work in the food processing industry.

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  •  Higher Diploma  3 years

    The Food Technology (Quality Control ) higher diploma program is designed to enable the trainee to utilize locally available resources to process specific food products. Upon completion, the trainee will be qualified to work in food processing industries in production capacity, to carry out research, or venture into entrepreneurship in the food industry.

    Upon graduating, the diploma graduate can work as:

    • A technician in food processing industry
    • Maintenance technician
    • Middle level management

    Food Technology Quality Control Higher Diploma - objectives

    The main objective of the Food Technology (Quality Control) higher diploma program is to equip the trainee with knowledge, practical skills and attitudes to work in the food processing industry.

    Specifically, it is expected that at the end of the course, the trainee should be able to:

    • Operate common types of food processing equipment and machinery.
    • Choose appropriate raw materials and equipment for processing.
    • Apply the principles of food processing in industry.
    • Have a good foundation for further training in food processing industry

    Entry Requirements

    Pass in relevant Diploma Course

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