Hi people, My name is Alphonce Kimutai Kirui and welcome to my blog. I am Assistant Director, Vocational Training, County Government of Bomet. Also a teacher, a father, a husband and Information Technology enthusiast

In Summary

Tech Savvy, Wannabe Web Developer, Politician, Teacher, Father, Husband ,Open minded, Extremely Ambitious

Professional Life

I am Assistant Director, Vocational Training, County Government of Bomet. I have also been a Lecturer in Building and Civil Engineering ,HOD Mathematics/Science Department and a Systems Administrator at Nyandarua Institute of Science and Technology. I consider myself a good teacher and very passionate about the well being of my students.

Besides my Job I am into everything IT as a hobby and as a side job and business. I am a self-taught individual in the field of information technology and have gained and learned a lot through experience over the years. I am the kind of individual who gives it all in the quest for new knowledge, acquire resources and self-tutor myself.

Family Life

I am married to a pretty and lovely wife, we are blessed with two wonderful kids, a son and a daughter

Education

I am an Alumni of Koiwa High School and a Holder of B.Ed(Technology Education) from Moi University

Skills

I am self trained expert in Adobe Software like Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Dreamweaver, Microsoft Software, Joomla, WordPress ,HTML5,CSS, Bootstrap PHP, Javascript, Jquery, ArchiCAD, AutoCAD

I am an experienced Web Developer, Graphic Designer, Web Designer, IT  and administrative support specialist.

Hobbies and Interests

I am an IT enthusiast, so most of my free time i freelance, edit photos, edit videos,  build and design websites, social networking,provide IT support, playing politics, blogging e.t.c

2 Comments

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