List Of Best Marketable D- (Minus) Courses In Kenya

This is a list of the best marketable D- (minus) courses in Kenya. The fact that you did not get a grade to secure a spot in a university should not bother you. With a D-, you can still further your studies by enrolling in a TVET that offers a course that best suits you.

Here is a list of the best marketable D- courses in Kenya.

1. Artisan in Masonry

Masonry is a relevant course for anyone wishing to work in the construction industry as a mason or ‘fundi’ as they are popularly called. It is a marketable course as long as you build your network well and offer good services.

2. Artisan in Electrical Installation/ Wiring

This is a marketable course that will guarantee you a steady flow of electrical installation and wiring jobs. It doesn’t matter whether you choose to be employed or self-employed.

3. Grade 111 Hairdressing

This is a very marketable course that is best offered in TVETs. The course is a pathway to self-employment, whereby you can choose to offer your services as a hairdresser right in the comfort of your home. Alternatively, you can opt for employment in any of the leading hairdressing and beauty shops in the country.

4. Certificate in Laundry and Dry Cleaning

How many people need laundry and dry cleaning services in a day? The demand is high compared to those who offer the services. You don’t necessarily need to be employed after studying the course. You can establish your own laundry business right within your neighbourhood. You don’t require a lot of capital to establish a laundry and dry cleaning business.

5. Artisan in Motor Vehicle Mechanics

Motor Vehicle Mechanics is best taught in TVETs. It is a good course that equips you with the skills and knowledge to work as a mechanic capable of repairing and servicing any type of vehicle.

6. Artisan in Welding and Fabrication

This is a technical and practical course for anyone seeking to start a career in the lucrative welding and fabrication industry. There are a lot of welding and fabrication schools in the country.

7. Certificate in Carpentry and Joinery

This is also a technical course that equips one with skills to work as a carpenter or in the joinery sector. It is a good course that offers perfect opportunities for self-employment. You can actually establish your own workshop and reap big, as long as you offer exceptional services and be fair when it comes to pricing.

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