KNEC Examiners 2023 Guidelines—Appy Now!

KNEC Examiners 2023 Guidelines—Appy Now!

Training of Examiners round two 2023 has been scheduled between August 13-19.

The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has scheduled another session of training of Examiners for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE).

KNEC announced on Tuesday that the training will take place within schools in Nairobi starting 13th August to 19th August, 2023.

In a notice, KNEC CEO David Njengere interested candidates are advised to apply to trainer as examiners in their subject area of specialisation.

The shortlisted applicants wi be notified via a test message. The KNEC CEO further said that notification can also be done through the KNEC portal on how to make payments.

Successful applicants will pay a non-refundable training fee of Sh10,500 using the procedure that will be outlined by the Kenya National Examinations Council.

According to KNEC, the exercise is strictly residential in the venues that will be communicated by councils at a later date.

Each examiner is required to train in one paper. This means examiners who have already trained and are in the KNEC Examiner’s database are not supposed to apply.

KNEC will train examiners in the following examination papers: Kiswahili (Insha, Lugha, Fasihi), Physics, Mathematics, Geography, Chemistry, Home science, Agriculture, Islamic Religious Education, French, Business Studies and Arabic.

To qualify for training as examiners, the teacher must be practising teacher in secondary school in relevevant subject area.

The teachers are expected to train as examiners in a number of KCSE papers, including ;

SR/NO

PAPER NAME

PAPER CODE

1.1

Kiswahili (Insha)

102/1

1.2

Kiswahili (Lugha)

102/2

1.3

Kiswahili ( Fasihi)

102/3

1.4

Mathematics Alt. A

121/1

1.5

Mathematics Alt. A

121/2

1.6

Physics

232/1

1.7

Physics

232/2

1.8

Physics(Practical)

 

232/3

 

1.9

 

Chemistry

 

233/1

10.0

Geography

312/1

10.1

Geography

312/2

10.2

Islamic Religious Education

314/1

10.3

Islamic Religious Education

314/2

10.4

Home Science

441/1

10.5

Home Science – Clothing Construction (Practical)

441/2

10.6

Agriculture

443/1

10.7

Agriculture

443/2

10.8

French (Listening Comprehension, Dictation and Creative Writing)

501/1

10.9

French (Reading Comprehension, Grammar, and Functional Writing)

501/2

10.10

Arabic (Listening Comprehension and Dictation)

503/1

10.11

Arabic (Grammar, Reading Comprehension and Composition)

503/2

10.12

Business Studies

565/1

10.13

Business Studies

565/2

 

The general requirements for all the trainee examiners include the following: 

  1. Must be a practising teacher in the relevant subject area at the level of examination and be registered and employed by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).
  2. Have a Diploma in Education (and above) for KCSE marking and minimum teaching experience of three (3) years.
  3. Must not be on interdiction or any other form of disciplinary action from the TSC.

The Knec Examiners Portal

This is the Knec examiners training application link for the recently advertised examiners vacancies

https://examinersapp.knec.ac.ke/Professionals/ExaminerTraining

examinersapp.knec.ac.ke (https://examinersapp.knec.ac.ke/Professionals/ExaminerTraining)
Kenya National Examinations Council
Contracted Professionals Platform

How to Apply: 

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

Those with Cp2 accounts should log into the portal using their usernames and passwords.

Teachers who would have forgotten their Cp2 passwords should click on the reset password button, enter their mobile number in the format (2547********), and submit to get new passwords for logging into the system.

Those without Cp2 accounts should click on create an account and follow the instructions to acquire login credentials to access the system.

Upon successful login, complete their profile and save. On the dashboard, click on apply for training, and all the declared vacancies will be available for applicants.

KNEC further warned that the training slots were limited, indicating that only qualified teachers who have presented all the required documents will be shortlisted for the exercise.

KNEC Examiners Training Shortlisted Applicants Out; How to check

The list of candidates who made the Kenya National Examination Council’s (KNEC) shortlist for 2023–2024 is available. To find out if your name has been shortlisted, go to www.knec.ac.ke.

KNEC Examiners Training Shortlisted Applicants Out; How to check

The Kenya National Examination Council administration made a public announcement stating that the list of chosen applicants was released and was available online.

The following counties produce the short list of candidates.

How to Verify KNEC 2023 Shortlist of Candidates

The application site can be accessed at www.knec.ac.ke.

  • Go to the menu bar and select career.
  • Click the link for the shortlisted candidates as you descend.
  • Send the PDF you downloaded.
  • You should insert your name or application number into the search box.

By following these steps, you can determine if your name is on the KNEC shortlist of applicants.

We wish everyone who made the shortlist and will move on to the hiring process the best of luck.

The screening/interview date will be communicated to individuals who have been shortlisted by the hiring committee for the Kenya National Examination Council.


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