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List of KMTC Courses and Qualifications 2024 pdf

Here is a list of KMTC courses offered in campuses

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KMTC offers several courses in the field of health. Listed here below are some of the courses offered.

Clinical Medicine and Surgery 

Clinical Officers perform general and specialized medical duties such as diagnosis and treatment of disease and injury, ordering and interpreting medical  tests as well as performing routine medical and surgical procedures. 

Dental Technology 

Dental Technology is a specialty in the field of dentistry that deals with the treat ment and rehabilitation of the tissues of the oral cavity and the face. It encompasses  the design and fabrication of various prostheses and corrective appliances such as  dentures, braces and crowns and bridges.

Health Promotion and Community Health 

Students are trained to promote health and prevent diseases by educating and  creating public awareness on disease prevention measures. A Health Promotion  Practitioner makes intervention using three categories of strategic interventions:  knowledge and skills development, mitigation of competing interests, and  advocating for good health

Health Records & Information Technology 

The programme entails the management of patients’ health records; both  manually and electronically (Electronic Medical Records), electronic health  information, health data classification and management, research, community  diagnosis, emergency medicine, application of ICT in health care, monitoring and  evaluation, pathology, anatomy and physiology.  

Medical Education 

The programme entails preparing adult learners for teaching research, mentorship,  development of health learning/teaching materials, assessment of learning outcomes and  development, review and evaluation of curricula in health training institutions.

Medical Engineering 

The Medical Engineering profession deals with design, manufacture, installation  and maintenance of medical and hospital equipment. 

Medical Laboratory Sciences 

Medical Laboratory Technicians perform chemical, hematological, immunologic,  histopathological, cytopathological, microscopic and bacteriological diagnostic analyses  on body fluids such as blood, urine, sputum, stool, cerebrospinal fluid as well as other  specimen. This cadre works in Clinical Laboratories at Hospitals, biotechnology labs  and non-clinical industrial clinics. 

Nutrition and Dietetics 

Community Nutritionists play a pivotal role in educating members of the  community on ideal nutrition, diet and food selection. In addition, this cadre  educates the community on ways to develop healthy eating habits that fulfill their  dietetic requirements and ways to manage diseases through nutrition. 


Nurses work in Hospitals and other health facilities, where they provide hands on  care to patients by administering medications, managing intravenous lines, observing  and monitoring patients’ conditions, maintaining records and communicating with  Doctors. 

Occupational Therapy 

Occupation therapists trains its students to identify occupational performance  deficits and their causes with an aim to treating injured or disabled patients through  the therapeutic use of everyday activities.


Optometrists perform vision tests and analyze results, diagnose sight problems  such as near sightedness or farsightedness, and eye diseases such as glaucoma. They  prescribe eyeglasses, contact lenses and other visual aids.

Orthopaedic Technology  

Orthopaedic Technologists assess, design and fabricate as well as fit orthopedic  appliances used to support, align, prevent or correct deformities of a body part and  improve the function of a movable body part. These appliances include Prosthetics  and Orthotics.


Pharmacy Technicians are mandated with receiving, confirming and filing  prescriptions, counselling patients on rational use of medicines, managing inventory in  the entire drug supply chain, extemporaneous preparation of products, pharmaceutical  sales and marketing detailing consultants, chemical analysis in the pharmaceutical  industry and regulatory affairs in pharmaceutical companies.

Public Health 

Public Health Officers identify and investigate health issues and health hazards.  They monitor health status to identify community health problems, enforce laws and  regulations that protect health and ensure safety, evaluate effectiveness, accessibility  and quality of personal and population based health services.

Orthopedic and Trauma Medicine 

These cadres are trained to treat injuries related to bones and soft tissue by applying non-operative approaches.  

Radiography and Imaging 

Medical Imaging Technicians are responsible for gathering images through  X-rays, ultrasounds and other equipment used to diagnose or more closely. Examine medical issues concerns or conditions.

Community Oral Health

Community Oral Health practitioners undertake promotive, preventive,  curative and rehabilitative oral health activities within the communities


Physiotherapy is a comprehensive approach to the prevention, diagnosis  and therapeutic management of pain and disorders of human movement. The  discipline is concerned with helping people restore mobility and wellness after an  

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