Teaching is one of the most rewarding professions in the world since it allows you to make a difference in people’s lives and society. Most institutions prefer informed teachers over those with qualification papers, as teaching is one of the oldest professions that never goes out of style.
Teachers’ Training Colleges in Kenya offer chances to KCSE candidates with a minimum mean grade of C (plain) to take Diploma in Primary Teacher Education (DPTE) or Diploma in Early Childhood Development Teacher Education (DECTE). Teacher trainees in recognized Teachers’ Training colleges take KNEC moderated exams.Unlike Universities and other colleges,students joining TTC’s apply to the specific institution and not through KUCCPS.
Due to the advert given by the Ministry of Education for candidates who did their 2020 KCSE to apply for diploma in Primary Teacher Education, in this article i will list some of the best Private Teachers Training Colleges in the country and where they are situated. It is upon for the student to do more research online.
Last year,the ministry of education changed the Teachers Training College (TTC) course that has been used for years.The Primary Teachers Education (PTE) became invalid as from December when the last group of the same sat for their national examinations. Teachers Training Colleges now will be taking Diploma in Primary Teacher Education ( DPTE); a course that will be taking three years.
University of Eldoret is one of the twenty two public universities in Kenya. It is was founded in the year 1946 by a group of white settlers in Uasin Gishu County as Large Scale Farmers Training College. It was later changed to Teachers Training College in 1964 when it became a branch of Moi University.
Patrick Oketch commonly known as Charlie a character role he plays in Mother In-law drama Show being aired on Citizen TV every Sunday at 8 pm is one of the most talented people in the local film industry. He lost his dad at a tender age of 10 years. The mother took the role of a bread winner since then until the grew up. Their family is composed of only boys (5) which made him have a hard time relating with girls. He did perform well in his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examinations but missed the cut off
Photo courtesy His excellency uhuru kenyatta is known for his many projects he has done in this Country. The SGR project purely by Uhuru Kenyatta has made transportation easy and affordable. There is also an extension of the same. Today speaking in Mombasa he promised to build a teachers training college in that county as a way of helping develop that region by bring a teachers training college. He promised them 50 million this year to start the project and another 100 million next year to finish the project.
Despite Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha announcement that all Universities, Teachers Training College and TVETs final year students are set to reopen on Monday October 5,some universities are likely to experience delays. They many not reopen as expected. According to the report seen by the Standard, Prof George Magoha said that at least 20 Universities could be delayed as they do not have councils to facilitate resumption of learning. According to prof George Magoha,11 University councils become
Schools are partially opening today where we expect grade 4,class 8 and form four reporting to their respective schools. Final years in all TVETs, Universities and Teachers Training College had early on reopened. According to the report by the Nation, Education Cabinet Secretary prof George Magoha has said that no child should be sent home on account of school fees. This is for both public and private schools. This is a relieve to parents who had lost their jobs since the outbreak of the Covid-19. This means
After six months learning institutions remained closed down due to corona virus pandemic, Education Cabinet Magoha has given new directives on universities and Tertiary Institutions to reopen. The examination classes of Teachers Training College ( TTCs) and Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Institutions will report on Monday, 5th October, 2020. Final year students in all universities and their constituent colleges will report on Monday, 5th October, 2020. He further added that all learning Institutions
The Education Cabinet secretary professor George Magoha the 2020 school calendar has been tampered with and all school activities will surely resume by 2021 January. Based on the distribution of the coronavirus the learning institutions we're closed but come September all candidates of class eight and form four will resume their classes. "Faced with this uncertain environment, the stakeholders have resolved to open basic education learning institutions in January 2021. This is based on the assumption that the
Since the outbreak of Corona virus in kenya in March, the government was forced to close down public places such as schools, Churches,clubs and restaurants to be able to control the spread of the virus. Almost 7 months down the line students have been away from schools as it was ordered by the government. Parents and students have been eager to know when will schools resume back to normal. The government started a phased Re-opening where by first priority was given to candidates in both primary and high school,
Kenyans have expressed mixed reactions as Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha makes an update on schools fees as schools partially resume today. Grade 4,class 8 and form four are supposed to report to their respective schools today. Teachers had early on reported to arrange the school and do any necessary preparedness as they had expected learning to resume any time. Higher learning institutions like TVETs, Universities and Teachers Training College had allowed final years to report to schools. Today