Suspension of physical learning TVETs, colleges and all tertiary institutions

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Following the 15th presidential address on Corona Virus pandemic delivered on Friday 26th March 2021, physical learning in all TVETs, colleges and all tertiary institutions including universities has been suspended till further notice. Exceptions were made for only candidate trainees who are to undertake their national examination. Medical students learning in various medical colleges were also exempted and this group are expected to continue with their studies.

The ministry of education and the management of TVETS had earlier released a circular on phased reopening of the institutions which was published here, this is set to change slightly as the disruption of physical learning brought about by the Corona Virus pandemic and the restrictions. Be sure to catch out the latest circular on the reopening and incase of changing education calendar for TVET institutions on our EDUCATION category of this site.


All trainees in this institutions are hereby advised and reminded to observe all protocols as stipulated by the ministry of health to help curb the spread of the virus

Memos and circulars from various institutions have been used to notify students to vacate the school premises and secure the early move to their respective residence. The latest institution to issue a circular about this on the week of the presidential address was Egerton University. The institution on March 27th 2021 issued a notice on suspension of physical learning and immediate closure of the institution until further notice upon communication by Registrar academic affairs. On this all trainees were required to carry along their national identity cards, university ids or admission letter on their travels.

Students are mandated to keep checking on their respective student’s portal or institutions website for latest updates and circulars regarding the learning arrangement during this directive.


Regarding the earlier plan of examination dates for trainees students are expected to stick to the dates and continue with their distant learning because the ministry of education and the Kenya national examination council has not provided fresh guidelines on technical and vocational education and training institutions KNEC examination 2021

Take advantage of our free KNEC resources by clicking here to help facilitate your distant learning

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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