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TUM Partnership with Base Titanium

Posted by Corporate Communications Office on Tue, 27 May 2014


From Right- Training Advisor Base Titanium Mr. Robbert Lawlor, Registrar (AA) Dr. Titus T. Kadere, DVC (ARE) Prof. Laila Abubakar and Base Titanium HRM Manager Ms.Pennie Warren during their visit at TUM.

A partnership between Technical University of Mombasa and Base Titanium Mining Company located in Kwale County was formalized through a Memorandum of Understanding at the main Campus.

According to the partnership document signed by the DVC (ARE) Prof. Laila Abubakar and the Operations Manager Mr. Denham Vicker, the joint venture will see the two institution in various ways, the main object of the activity is to offer hands on training to successful TUM students who shall qualify for training at the Company upon selection of the students whom shall meet the required steps and procedure in their application from the Faculty of Engineering and Technology.  



DVC (ARE) Prof. Laila Abubakar exchanges the signed MoU with G.M Operations Mr. Denham Vicker

Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Academics Research and Extension, Prof. Laila Abubakar welcomed the collaboration saying “TUM had the technology and the students that could make it happen” and was ready to help the Base Titanium Mining Company in Kwale to achieve its objectives. Speaking during the launch of the MoU, Mr. Denham Vicker who led the Base Titanium delegation was also pleased to have this kind of collaboration and reaffirmed the TUM management that Base Titanium Mining Company is committed to work together and making sure it implements it training project that could impact on the students and expressed confidence in TUM leadership which he said, “will no doubt lead to fruitful deliberations and successful outcomes to the TUM fraternity at large”. 



7th from Right- DVC (ARE) Prof. Laila Abubakar pose in a group photo with a delegation from Base Titanium Company led by G.M Operations Mr. Denham Vicker (behind 5th from Left) together with TUM staff.

Also during the signing ceremony was the Registrar (AA) Dr. Titus T. Kadere, Registrar (AP) Dr. Joseph Obwogi, and Legal Officer Mr. Erastus Ouru together with the Dean Faculty of Engineering and Technology Dr. Samuel Obudho accompanied by his Chairpersons of Departments. 

» This story has 6 reviews
dancun (2014-05-29)


why dint you guys pick even some second years?
DO THY ALLOW (2014-06-06)


Do they allow  attachment for someone who has been there during plant installation ......"?
Can they? (2014-06-09)


This is a good idea, but it is important that they consider taking our students for attachments, especially those undertaking HRM, plant Engineering and also environmental sciences, it is a good venture.
BARAZA BORNVINE-APPLIED CHEMISTRY STUDENTSTUDENT (2014-06-09)


I hope they should also include applied chemistry students in this programme as they have Chem-lab.
lewis manono (2016-01-04)


do they take electrical engineering trainees and when is the right time to apply for may attachment...am currently on my fourth year..bsc eleclrical and electronic engineering..light option


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