KNEC Advertises 4,200 KCSE, KCPE Examiners Vacancies, Fee And How To Apply

By Getrude Mathayo / Published September 1, 2021 | 12:17 pm




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The training will take place between 3rd and 9th October 2021. The venues for training will be communicated to the qualified applicants at a later date.




The Kenya National Examination Council has advertised 2,400 training opportunities for teachers to prepare them to become examiners for the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE).

The training will take place between 3rd and 9th October 2021. The venues for training will be communicated to the qualified applicants at a later date.

According to KNEC, the shortlisted applicants will be notified of how they will pay their training fee of 10,500 shillings.

Kiswahili (Insha) for KCSE examiners has been awarded the highest number of training vacancies at 450. In second place is English Composition for KCPE examiners with 400 vacancies. English Functional Skills for KCSE examiners will require 350 new faces.

The successful trainees will be incorporated into the KNEC examiners database. KNEC will therefore engage such examiners using criteria to recruit examiners based on the needs.

Criteria for all trainee applicants

  1. Must be a practicing teacher in the relevant subject areas at the level of examination.
  2. Must be registered or employed by TSC
  3. Have a minimum qualification of P1 for KCPE examination with a minimum of C plain in the KCSE level in the subject they are applying to train
  4. Must have a Diploma in education and above for KCSE marking
  5. Have a minimum teaching experience for three years
  6. Must not be interdiction or any other form of disciplinary action for TSC
  7. Must be recommended by his/her head of the institution
  8. Must be 50 years of age and below

How to apply

  1. Access the KNEC examiners portal using https://examinersapp.knec.ac.ke/Account/LogOn?ReturnUrl=%2f
  2. Those with CP2 accounts and passwords should log into the portal using their username and passwords.
  3. Those without passwords should log into reset password and enter their mobile number and submit to get their username and passwords
  4. Those without a Cp2 account, click on create an account and follow the instructions to create your profile
  5. Upon successful login, complete your personal profile and save it. On the dashboard, click on apply for training and all the declared vacancies will be available for the trainee to choose from.
  6. The trainee slots are limited and only qualified teachers who have uploaded all the required details will be shortlisted for the exercise. The deadline for application is on or before September 2021.

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