The Kenya National Qualifications Authority (KNQA) was set up in 2015 to help coordinate and harmonize education, training, assessment and quality assurance of all qualifications awarded in the country; with the view to improving quality and international comparability. The KNQF which the authority has developed and is now implementing is part of Kenya’s international commitments to develop an accurate, reliable and robust database of all qualifications in the country that will allow for comparability and information sharing in the education sector globally. Read More..
To Establish and Manage the Kenya National Qualifications Framework, Register and Accredit qualifications, Recognize and Equate qualifications and Create a Credit Accumulation and Transfer system to achieve Global Recognition and Competitiveness.
Globally Recognized and Competitive Qualifications Transforming Kenya.
Shaping the Future of Kenya
Meeting to discuss about a joint TVET trainers training program to be implemented by the Governments of Kenya and Australia.
Meeting to discuss about a joint TVET trainers training program to be implemented by the Governments of Kenya and Australia. The program locally hosted by the TVET Authority will build the capacity of TVET trainers [...]
Launching of the Dual TVET training system in Kenya at a Nairobi hotel today. Training will take place both in colleges and industry. The system aims at improving employability skills of graduates.
A meeting to discuss reforms in the Higher Education sector in Kenya kicks off today in Nairobi. The country aims at building a high quality and competitive education sector in Africa through sustainable funding and [...]