The Boma International Hospitality College (BIHC) hosted the Technical and Vocational Education and Training Authority of Kenya (TVETA), at our campus in Nairobi.
The purpose of the visit, which included TVETA Director General, Dr. Kipkirui Langat, Mr. James Momanyi and Mr. Fred Oanda was to showcase the measures BIHC has taken to safely re-open our campus to students. After a brief presentation, the delegation took a tour of the BIHC facilities, specifically identifying the additional signage, new hand-washing stations and sanitization booths, as well as the social-distancing measures the Management at BIHC has put in place in preparation for the return of the students for physical on-campus learning. We also took this opportunity to introduce our new Coffee School programs, as well as our wider Boma Kahawa project. The TVETA delegation was accompanied by senior officials from the State Department of Vocational and Technical Training and were impressed with the Health and Safety measures put in place by BIHC.
The Boma International Hospitality College has seen a raft of changes at our campus in Nairobi. Automated hand-washing booths with sensors, mounted infrared contact-less thermo temperature-monitoring scanners, contact-less infrared hand sanitizers, spaced and marked designated sitting areas, campus-wide signage on health/safety protocols, among many more ?
It is our mandate to ensure that our staff, students and guests are safe whenever they are within our campus.
Please protect yourselves and others by always wearing a mask while you're in public, wash your hands regularly with soapy water and sanitize them afterwards and avoid crowded/ congested places. Together, we can minimize the spread of the Coronavirus and find a way to co-exists in this "new normal".