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WELCOME TO KNQA

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..

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MISSION

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.

VISION

Globally Recognized and Competitive Qualifications Transforming Kenya.

MOTTO

Shaping the Future of Kenya 

CORE VALUES

  • Professionalism
  • Integrity
  • Accountability
  • Teamwork
  • Responsiveness
  • Equity

CURRENT NEWS

PS TVET, Dr. Esther Muoria and KNQA CEO Dr. Alice Kande on the first day of the Forum for institutions of National Qualifications Frameworks in Africa. The conference being held in Kinshasa, Congo will take place from June 18 – 20,2024.

PS TVET, Dr. Esther Muoria and KNQA CEO Dr. Alice Kande on the first day of the Forum for institutions of National Qualifications Frameworks in Africa. The conference being held in Kinshasa, Congo will [...]

Kenya is among 12 African countries represented to reflect on experiences of development of National Qualifications Frameworks, status of implementation, benefits, challenges and impacts of NQFs and related policies.

Kenya is among 12 African countries represented to reflect on experiences of development of National Qualifications Frameworks, status of implementation, benefits, challenges and impacts of NQFs and related policies.

The forum is part of the ongoing activities of the ACQF-II project on transparency, comparability and recognition of qualifications, collaboration between NQFs, promotion of lifelong learning, and supporting Member States in the development of NQFs and related policies.

The forum is part of the ongoing activities of the ACQF-II project on transparency, comparability and recognition of qualifications, collaboration between NQFs, promotion of lifelong learning, and supporting Member States in the development of [...]