A laboratory technologist plays a critical role in ensuring that laboratory tests are conducted accurately and efficiently. They must have specialized knowledge and skills in order to be able to perform their duties effectively. To become a laboratory technologist, one must possess certain qualifications including a Bachelor’s degree in medical technology or related field, experience in the healthcare field, and certification from an accredited program.
In addition to technical knowledge, laboratory technologists must also have excellent organizational skills and be able to work independently with minimal supervision. They should also be detail-oriented and have excellent problem-solving skills as well as strong communication abilities. Laboratory technologists must also be able to work with precision, accuracy, and safety standards when conducting tests.
Becoming a certified laboratory technologist in Kenya requires a combination of education, training and experience. To become a laboratory technologist in Kenya, you must have at least a Bachelor’s degree in Medical Laboratory Science or its equivalent from an accredited university. Additionally, you must complete the relevant. Kenya Medical Laboratory Technologist and Technicians Board (KMLTTB) examinations and obtain licensure from the agency.
In addition to formal education, laboratory technologists in Kenya are expected to have extensive knowledge of medical equipment and techniques used in laboratories. They must also be familiar with safety protocols and procedures for handling hazardous materials. Furthermore, they should possess excellent communication skills to effectively interact with patients and other healthcare professionals.
Application Chemist, Jeptum Kipkech, conducting a training Nesvax Technologist and Technician Training in Kenya
At Nesvax we offer quality training to technicians and technologists who want to streamline work flow in their laboratories and ensure they get the most out of their lab equipment. Our training offers value to labs across various industries such as research and academia, food and beverage, cosmetic etc.
The training will also help technicians and technologists in various levels of work expertise, from an attaché to the experienced lab employees. This training is usually conducted in groups of around five individuals each whereby every person can receive hands on training with the state of the art equipment.
The training is conducted by our experienced application chemist, Jeptum Kipkech, who will extensively guide the trainees daily for at most 5 days to ensure that they attain the highest level of competency when dealing with the machines.