KNEC college timetable January2020/2021

After phased reopening of TVET institutions for resumption of exams and learning, KNEC timetable has been released for KNEC January 2020/2021 candidates

Specific objectives of TVET in Kenya are to: –

  • Provide adequate and appropriate  skilled Artisans, Craftsmen, Technicians and Technologists at all levels of the economy through practical training and work experience;
  • Transfer technology continuously  through collaborative approach between TVET institutions and the relevant industries;
  • Promote dignity and decency of labour, particularly manual work;
  • Provide  increased training opportunities for the increasing school leavers  and other trainees to increase employability;
  • Provide continuous upgrading of skills and knowledge at the pace and ability of the trainees;
  • Provide a dynamic curriculum responsive to the manpower needs of a dynamic economy;Impart marketable skills,  technical know-how and attitudes that respond to contemporary labour market demands by the industry, informal sector and for self-employment;

The specific functions of the TVET Directorate are:

  • Promotion of standards for technical education
  • Practical/industrial attachment and internship
  • Facilitation of curriculum development
  • Assurance of quality of curriculum implementation
  • Registration of TIVET institutions
  • Coordination of technical and business examinations
  • Assessments of Institutional facilities and capacity for TVET.


  • Technical and Vocational education Policy Development and Management
  • Technical Vocational education Training
  • Management of Institutes of Science and Technology
  • Management of National Polytechnics
  • Management of Educational Training Institutes (TVETs)
  • Management of Technical Training Institutes
  • Youth Polytechnic and Management of Vocational Training
  • Apprenticeship   and Training Management of Vocational Training

The Kenya national examination council released a statement pleading with candidates to avoid exam malpractice and cheating in the upcoming examination.

Acting knec chief executive officer Mercy Karogo warned that those culprits involved in exam malpractice will face dire consequences. Knec warned that it will not hesitate to cancel examination results for cheats

Knec through a report stated that in order for candidates to receive their results, they must not get involved in trying to obtain any unfair assistance from anybody.

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We are a group of graduates from Kenya school of TVET which is tasked with Training of Technical Trainers to teach in secondary schools and tertiary institutions, Implementation of various syllabi under TVET Programs in collaboration with stakeholders. Development of relevant syllabi for technical training in collaboration with stakeholders.

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