Our History 2019-05-22T05:43:08+00:00
S/NName Legal mandate Remarks
1Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) KNEC is established under the KNEC Act No. 29 of 2012 to oversee national examinations in Kenya. It conducts basic, and TVET exams. The Council also conducts exams on behalf of foreign exam bodies (see details at www.knec.ac.ke)Conducts exams in the basic and TVET sectors of Kenya and awards certificates and Diplomas (KNQF levels 3 to 6). Also conducts the following foreign exams in the TVET sector (see www.knec.ac.ke).
2Kenya Accountants and Secretaries National Exam Board (KASNEB)KASNEB is established under the Accountant’s Act No. 15 of 2008, Certified Public Secretaries of Kenya Act, Cap. 534 of 1988 and the Investment and Finance Analysis Act No. 13 of 2015. Its mandate is to develop curricular, and conduct professional, technician and diploma exams and award qualifications in accountancy, finance, credit, governance, management and ICT. Conducts exams in the TVET (tertiary) sector of Kenya and awards certificates, Diplomas and professional qualifications (KNQF levels 3 to 6).
3TVET Curriculum Development Assessment and Certification Council (CDACC)TVET CDEACC is established under the TVET Act No. 29 of 2013. Its mandate is to develop curricular, and conduct exams, assessment and competence certification in the TVET sector.Conducts exams, assessment and competence certification in the TVET sector Kenya and awards certificates and diplomas (KNQF levels 3 to 6).
4National Industrial Training Authority (NITA) NITA is established under the industrial training Act Cap. 237 of the laws of Kenya. Its mandate is to train, asses, develop training curricular, examine and award certificates in industrial training.Accredits institutions, trains, examines and awards qualifications in industrial training (KNQF level 3 and 4).
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