The University of Nairobi Senior Administrators were trained by Federation of Kenyan Employers, FKE.
The Administrators were drawn from all the 6 colleges of the University. Due to the large number, the administrators were divided into two groups.
The objective of the training is for the Administrators to get insights on key provisions of the Labour Laws, particularly areas that pose significant exposure or are poorly understood, Improvement of personal effectiveness at work, Enhancement of the job performance and competence enhancement for the PC target for the year 2016/17.
Speaking during the opening, the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi said that Administrators play a key role in the University. He said that it is good for them to be conversant with the labour laws which they should use to measure their performance and the performance of those below them in organizational structure.
He said, “It is my expectation that as key players in the realization of the University’s strategy, you know what that strategy is. To this end, I expect all administrators to be conversant with the University’s mandate, Vision, Mission and Core Values. Further, you are expected to learn and internalize the University’s current strategic objectives. “
The VC urged the administrators to work in harmony to enhance the University’s brand.
Registrar, Administration, Mr. Mbugua said that the administrators have been drawn from all the colleges of the University and they have been divided into two manageable groups for the training.
Both the Prof. Mbithi and Mr. Mbugua thanked FKE for facilitating the trainings.
The training was held at the Central Catering Unit on Thursday, September 15-16, 2016 and October 11-12, 2016.