Hello ladies and gentlemen here is a free advise for you, scoring a D+, D or D- grade in high school doesn't mean that is the end of the road because there are many competitive courses you can pursue with your grade and lead to a successful career.
Below is the list of courses according to what you managed to attain in your exams.
KCSE D+ courses in Kenya.
A certificate in accounts and management skills is among the KASNEB courses offered for D+ students.
A student can enroll in the following course.
- certificate in library studies.
-cerficate in information technology.
-cerficate in business information technology.
- certificate in civil engineering.
-Certificate in fire engineering.
-Certificate in applied electronics.
-Certificate in food technology.
-Certificate in counseling psychology.
-Cerficate in environmental studies.
KCSE D courses in Kenya.
D plain students can pursue a course in the following areas.
- certificate in building technology.
-cerficate in food and beverages.
-cerficate in baking technology.
- certificate in social works and community development.
- certificate in plumbing.
- certificate in science and laboratory technology.
- Certificate in sales and marketing.
- certificate in carpentry and joinery.
KCSE D minus courses in Kenya.
-artsan in masonary.
-artsan in baking.
The above course can impart the skills that enable a learner to start his or her business.follow for more details.
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