STC believes in shared stewardship and responsibility in the delivery of TVT programmes and the importance of working with other to achieve the college’s Vision.
Transparency and Accountability
STC believes that the strength of the college’s is in its employees working in a conducive environment that promotes openness, accountability and continuous learning.
To this effect we are proud to announce the establishment of the Institutional Integrity Committee which will monitor the integrity of all the activities that the college is involved in from its core business of training the citizens of the country to all the support functions such as procurement and provision of other non core services like timber processing, vehicle maintenance, fabrication and welding services etc.
STC encourages responsible risk-taking and innovation.
STC believes in high quality products. Our workshops and sections are committed to providing the nation with high quality products. Just visit our premises or contact the principal on email firstname.lastname@example.org for detailed information on what we can offer you.
For the surrounding community, and visitors in need of internet and other services such as document production and reproduction, binding and internet, we have the a reliable internet connection and other services in our Tele Center at a reasonable non profit cost recovery fee.
Effectiveness and Efficiency
STC is committed to do things right, at the right time and place
Adaptivity and Dynamism
STC is committed to be responsive to changing needs and circumstances in order to provide a better service to the expectations of students, stakeholders and clients.
STC believes in discharging its mandates with utmost trust and integrity among staff and students.
STC believes in discharging its duties with a high degree of integrity in keeping with ethical standards.
Salima Technical College reports to Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training through the office of the Director of Technical and Vocational Training. Salima Technical College offers its training by following both the education and TEVETA act.
The college has four workshops, four boy’s hostels, three girl’s hostels, 1 library, 2 computer suites with 20 computers each, 1 technical drawing room, 1 kitchen and 1 dinning hall, 19 staff houses and 1 pitch for outdoor games.