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KNEC Publicizes KCSE Examiners Training and Application

KNEC Publicizes KCSE Examiners Training and Application

KNEC promotes KCSE Examiners Training and Application. Examiners for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) will receive training from the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC).

According to a notice made public on Tuesday, the training will take place between August 13 and August 19, 2023.

Only those who make the short list will pay the training charge of Sh10,500, according to KNEC CEO David Njengere.

The applicants will receive instructions on how to make the payments via text message and the portal, claims Njengere.

He added that the activity will be fully residential and that the shortlisted candidates would be informed of the training place after paying the training fee.

Then, according to the criteria for hiring examiners based on the staffing requirements for each paper, KNEC will employ such examiners, he stated.

He emphasized that educators need not apply if they are currently certified to administer the KCSE exams and are included in the KNEC database of examiners.

For test papers in Kiswahili (Insha, Lugha, Fasihi), mathematics, physics, chemistry, geography, home science, Islamic religious education, agriculture, French, Arabic, and business studies, he emphasized the need for applications from interested and qualified educators.

To be considered, candidates must have a secondary teaching license in the required subject area.

He or she must hold a certificate in education or higher and be registered with and/or hired by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).

They cannot be the target of an interdiction or any other TSC disciplinary action, and they must have at least three years of teaching experience.

Additionally, candidates must be under 50 and have the leader of their institution’s support.

Announcing KCSE Examiner Training is KNEC.

The KNEC examiners’ portal is where applicants should go to submit their applications.

“Those with Cp2 accounts should log into the portal using their usernames and passwords,” Njengere said.

“After logging in successfully, finish creating your personal profile and save. When a candidate clicks “Apply for Training” on the dashboard, they are given the option to select from any of the listed roles.

He said that there were only a limited number of training positions available and that the online application link will close once that number was reached.

The KCSE exams will begin on October 23 and end on November 24, 2023, according to KNEC.

These meetings are scheduled for October 19 and 20, 2023.

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