In 1970, the advanced course became the current One-year In-service Diploma course in forestry. In 1971, the long course was converted into a two-year Certificate Course in forestry for Forest Assistants. Both the Diploma and Certificate courses run to-date.

KFC has trained over 3000 graduates at the Certificate and Diploma levels from a number of countries including among others: Rwanda, Somalia, Zambia, Ethiopia, Malawi, Burundi, Comoro Islands, Grenada, Botswana, Tanzania, Uganda, Namibia, Swaziland, Angola, Sudan and Southern Sudan.  It has also trained Non-Governmental and Private Organizations’ sponsored students.

The college also offers short courses in various aspects of forestry and related fields both at KFC and client's preferred venue. It also has a paramilitary wing that trains Forest Rangers in Forestry Protection Duties.

So far the College has enrolled 2463 students at certificate level,1617 at diploma level, 3631 for paramilitary and 2036 for short skills development courses

The college is located within 4152 hectares Masaita Forest Block, which was committed to KFC as a practical training facility in 1976. From a humble beginning of two lecturers and 20 students, KFC today has 18 Lecturers, 20 paramiltary training instructors and a total student capacity of 500