About Tom Mboya Labour College
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Tom Mboya Labour College (TMLC) is named after Thomas Joseph Odhiambo Mboya, the renowned Kenyan nationalist and trade union leader of the late 1950s and 1960’s. Born in 1930, with roots in Nyanza Province. His political career was however cut short when he was assassinated in a Nairobi street on 5th July 1969. The college was name after him in recognition of his contribution to the development of trade union movement in Kenya.
The college is locate in Kenya’s Kisumu City on a Six acre piece of land along Ring Road in Milimani Estate Next to the Impala Sanctuary.
History of Tom Mboya Labour College
Labour education and training in Kenya predates the establishment of the Tom Mboya Labour College (TMLC). The earliest efforts towards having a formal institution for training trade union leaders and workers on labour issues was the establishment of the Department of Workers’ Education at the Central Organization of Trade Unions-Kenya (COTU-K) in 1974. The Department became largely responsible for putting in place the structures for the commencement of the renowned COTU (K)’s Study Circle Programme in 1978. This saw the beginning of structured educational programmes which were offered on regular and frequent basis to trade union leaders and shopfloor workers.
The TMLC was formally opened in 1983 and was named in memory of the late veteran trade unionist Thomas Joseph Mboya. It was seen as a lasting testimony to the brilliant and high profile trade unionist.
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