Good NEWS TO All P1 Teachers Undertaking The Upgrading Diploma as TSC promises this ;
In September 2022 TSC Recruitment
Primary teachers Primary teachers who follow the TSC call for Diploma in Primary Teacher Education will receive support in ongoing training, planning interviews this month.
Successful graduates of the diploma will have higher preference in subsequent and subsequent recruitment interviews by the Teaching Service Commission (TSC)
The interview in July will be preferable to improve it, because the application window has an option to show whether the p1 candidate has CBC Advanced Certificate or not. This means that people with certificates will score higher in the mark scheme and recruitment guidelines, which will be released in the coming weeks. Since no one has completed the program since its inception, the commission will look at evidence of the program’s implementation. Among them; admission letter, payment slip, acceptance letter from college, student ID card, or transcript for completed semester.
CBC Advanced Diploma Program teachers are currently taking their final program exams, which will end on July 10, 2022. This means they can attend interviews and prove they passed the program.
Even if the board does not determine all the marks, it can indicate the mark in the mark scheme and the mark of the improvement program may be higher than the pass from the experience, because the commission now gives importance to the program.
Currently, around 229,000 teachers are pursuing DIPTE in various accredited Teacher Training Colleges (TTC) across the country.
TSC CEO Dr. Nancy Macharia congratulated the soon-to-be graduates at the announcement of KCSE results 2021. Macharia stressed that after graduation, the DIPTE team of recent graduates will help implement the new curriculum.
Many commission staff joined Nancy Macharia in praising the P1 teachers who have chosen to improve their teaching skills and will soon graduate with DIPTE this year.
Last week, TSC Coast Director of Quality Assurance and Standards, Mr. David Nganyi, assured trainees pursuing the program that they will be offered their first job after successful completion.
Nganyi, who spoke at the Kenya Teachers Colleges Sports Association (KTCA) Regional Athletics Championships held at Shanzu TTC, said TSC cannot hire unskilled workers when there are qualified professionals here.
We expect you, after you graduate, we will immediately hire you if you have gone through all the stages,” said Nganyi.
Late last year, TSC’s Director of Quality Assurance and Standards, Dr Ruben Nthamburi, also CBC, said priority would be given to qualified teachers.
Nthamburi urged teachers who did not sign up for the improvement program to do so to avoid future regrets.