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KCSE Examiners Announced by KNEC,How to Apply and Training

KCSE Examiners Announced by KNEC,How to Apply and Training

How to Apply and Training Opportunities for KCSE Examiners Announced by KNEC

A training schedule for Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examiners was released by the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) on Monday, March 6.

The training will take place between Monday, April 24, and Friday, April 28, 2023, according to a notice from Chief Executive Officer (CEO) David Njeng’ere of KNEC.

The Examination Council also revealed that the training exercise this year will be totally residential.

“The selected applicants will be informed of the training location at a later date,”

“The training price is Ksh10,500 and will only be paid by the shortlisted applicants, who will be notified through a text message (SMS) on how to make the payment,” the notice said in part.

The council further stated that all successful trainees will be added to the database of KNEC examiners and hired by the organization in accordance with its standards for hiring examiners based on each paper’s personnel requirements.

However, the Council advised against applying if the instructor is already certified to administer the KCSE and is listed in the KNEC database of examiners.

A number of KCSE papers, including English (codes 101/1, 101/2, and 101/3), Biology (codes 231/1, 231/2, and 231/3), and Chemistry (codes 233/2 and 233/3), will need the instructors to undergo training as examiners.

Others are Computer Studies (codes 451/1, and 451/2), Christian Religious Education (codes 313/1, and 313/2), History and Government (codes 311/1, and 311/2), and Humanities (codes 313/1, and 313/2).

The following are the standard prerequisites for all trainee examiners:

must be registered with and hired by the Teachers Service Commission, be a practicing teacher in the appropriate subject at the level of the examination (TSC).

Hold a Diploma in Education (and above) for KCSE grading and minimum teaching experience of three (3) years.

Shall not be subject to an interdiction or any other TSC disciplinary action.

Finally, one has to be below 50 years of age and be recommended by their headteachers to qualify for the training.

How to Apply: 

Access the KNEC examiners’ portal using the link www(dot)examinersapp(dot)knec(dot)ac(dot)ke.

Users having Cp2 accounts should enter their usernames and passwords to access the portal.

In order to receive new passwords for logging into the system, teachers who have forgotten their Cp2 passwords should click the “reset password” option, enter their mobile number in the format (2547********), and submit.

Anybody without a Cp2 account should click the link to establish one and follow the instructions to get login information for the system.

After logging in successfully, finish their profile and save it. Clicking on “Apply for Training” on the dashboard will bring up a list of all the stated openings for candidates to apply for.

KNEC added cautioned that there were a limited number of training seats available and that only qualified teachers who had submitted the necessary documentation would be shortlisted for the activity.

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