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Mount Kenya, Meru universities register with Kenya National Qualifications Authority

Mount Kenya University and Meru University of Science and Technology have become the first private and public universities, respectively, to be accredited by the Kenya National Qualifications Authority (KNQA). Cs Simon Chelugui of Labour and Social Protection, CAS Ministry of Education Hassan Noor, PS Shipping and Maritime Nancy Karigithu pose for a picture with the KNQA Chair Dr Kilemi Mwiria and DG Dr Juma Mukhwana at the Serena Hotel, Nairobi after registering 728 Qualifications into the Kenya National Qualifications Framework yesterday.

The National Industrial Training Authority has also been accredited as a centre for enhancing skills by developing curricula and regulating industrial training. At the same time, Bandari Maritime Academy has been accredited as a centre of excellence for skills development for the blue economy.

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We launched the first issue of the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) quarterly newsletter in collaboration with the Kenya National Qualifications Authority!

Dr John Osoro joined the Skills and Talent Summit Panel to discuss innovation in the TVET Space. He spoke about Recognition of Prior Learning ( RPL) as innovative framework to address skills gap in the Country, the status of TVET in Kenya, enhancing employability through TVET, equitable access to TVET institutions and current TVET reforms.

Members of KNQA/KMTC combined Technical team during the start of a 5 day sensitization & capacity building workshop ongoing at Astoria Hotel, Naivasha. The purpose of the workshop is to sensitize & offer Technical support to KMTC,the largest supplier of health proffesionals in Kenya to apply for Accreditation as a QAI and also Accreditation of her qualifications.

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