WELCOME TO TASC
TASC is the pre-employment assessment, skilling and certification arm of Q-sourcing Servtec delivering vocational, technical, health & safety training as well as management training programs for companies & individuals.
As An African brand with a global outlook, TASC is closely aligned with industry entry requirements across the world & works to effectively fulfill the growing need for technical and vocational skilling in the East Africa, in lieu of the traditional academic learning structures.
Whether you are a high school student, a recent graduate or an employer seeking to add new skills, certification or training, we can help.
OPEN COURSES JUNE-NOVEMBER 2018
Sponsored by GIZ under E4D SOGA program
Ideal for Vocational Education graduates/finalists of Building & Concrete Practice (BCP)/or who intend to engage in work that involves working at heights in the near future/or informally employed persons on construction projects etc.
First Aid (BLSDFA)
D.A.N Europe Certification
Learners will get knowledge and skills needed to provide first aid to Adults in non - immediately life threatening situations as well as recognize emergencies and provide early Basic Life Support to victims with life threatening injuries & more
Fire Safety Awareness
Basic Fire Safety Certificate
All employees should be made aware of what to do in the event of a fire and how to prevent fires in the workplace. This course gives a greater awareness of the threat posed by fire to people, property and business
What Our Students Are Saying
“After the City &Guilds course I was able to set up my own business. I operate a shop dealing in electronics and sometimes I do domestic installations & can now earn some money because I was unemployed before training.
The training has improved my welding skills in 1G, 2G and 3G positions as well as welding using welding rods like E6010 and low hydrogen rods like E7018. I am now working at Bwendero and they have increased my salary and more work and responsibilities
I was introduced to many electrodes, I was used to 6013 but now I can use 6010 and 7018. I can do more joints than what I did in the WFP course. I have also learnt a lot of safety precautions which I will transfer to St. Simon Peters