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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