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Centinary Community College
 
Since 1971, the year and in line with the Commemoration of 100 years of the Anglican church of Uganda ministry in development, Centenary Community College Kayunga was founded and left in the hands of its Mother Diocese of Mukono to the present day in the going of time since then. Many Successive Governments have often come to pass by gun might until the transformational current NRM Government come to power in 1986.By the time the ministry of Education came up with the policy of skilling Uganda through its Education system, Centenary Community College Kayunga had already not only seen it as necessity but also a reality that had to be yielded into the minds of every Ugandan youths, Parents, Guardians and Government let alone any prospective donor communities from the world over.

The line government policy is skilling Uganda but the immediate output is vocational education. And in response to the same centenary college kayunga is among those on the forefront of taking the lead while others in Uganda, East, central, and southern Africa are yet to follow .The sky is the limit for Centenary College.

CORE VALUES
At centenary community college we recognize our contribution to the development of quality manpower in the agriculture sector .We still meet the challenge of providing these service by basing our thoughts and actions on a recognized set of values that operate within the institute as well as its management. This will be achieved through our commitment to following values

PARTNERSHIP
We are committed to working in partnership with similar minded institutions to identify and resolve issues which impact such values.

OPENNESS
We are committed to embrace openness, broad based consultation, and consensus building in all that we do.

INTEGRITY
We are committed to providing the highest quality professional services to Ugandans and its neighbours with the Goal of enhancing their quality of life

COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT
We are committed to empowering Communities where we are located to identify development problems and create an environment that encourages solutions that those needs

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES OBJECTIVES
To attract, motivate and retain competent and committed staff to achieve the college’s goal
To create working conditions that match with the Changing environment
To direct staff in their roles and responsibilities
To draw a clear line between the governing council and staff.

MOTTO
Skills for Empowerment

VISION
To be Centre for excellence in quality agricultural, technical skills and knowledge on God Fearing and Disciplined citizens

MISSION
To equip competence based in training agriculture and technical trainees with skills, Knowledge and attitude

REGISTRATION
College is registered with the Ministry of Education and Sports, under registration number PTS/C/07, UGAPRIV NO.050.

ACCREDATION
Centenary Community College is accredited by National council for Higher Education and with Uganda Business and Technical Examinations Board (UBTEB) Examinations Centre Numbers
(1)UBVO11
(2)UBT074 respectively

LOCATION
College is located 3km on Busaana Road from Kayunga town in Ntenjeru North County Kayunga District (Mukono Diocese)

COURSES OFFERED

  1. National Diploma in Animal Production and Management
  2. National Diploma in Crop Production
  3. National Certificate in Agriculture (N.C.A)
  4. Building and Construction (B.C.P)
  5. Tailoring and fashion Design (T.F.D)
  6. Plumbing in East Africa
  7. Carpentry and Joinery
  8. Motor Vehicle Mechanics (M.V)
  9. Electrical Installation (E.I)
  10. Computer Applications (C.A)


NEW COURSES OFFERED
 

  1. Diploma in Civil engineering (Building)
  2. Diploma in Distance Learning (Agriculture)
  3. Diploma in engineering Mechanics
  4. Diploma in electrical engineering
  5. Certificate in Community Polytechnic (UJTC)

 

Centinary Community College

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