For every teacher to get absorbed by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has to produce all the professional certificates that qualifies him/ her for the job. This is to ensure that no unqualified people are employed by the government.
Well, Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has now declared that public school teachers will be required to renew their professional certificates after every five years. This calls to every teacher under this commission to prepare in advance for the task.
TSC boss Nancy Macharia has added that under this policy teachers will be required to undertake in-service professional training that will last for five years. Thereafter,they will now get their certificates renewed. In addition to that,the profession will run for 30 years. It has six modules each lasting for five years. Teachers will be required to pay 6,000 for each module.
According to TSC,there are four institutions which have been identified to carry out this professional training. These include: Mount Kenya University, Kenyatta University,Riara and Kenya Education Management Institute.
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