The Teachers Service Commission is a government institution in Kenya that is responsible for :
- hiring teachers and assigning them to any public school, as well as
- disciplining, and
- terminating their employment.
You must meet all of the TSC’s teaching qualifications in order to be employed by the commission to teach in a Kenyan public school.
To teach in secondary schools, diploma and bachelor of education graduates must have a mean grade of C+ or better in KCSE, as well as a C+ in two teaching subjects, according to the new TSC requirements for teacher recruitment.
PTE applicants must have a C-plain or higher and a PTE certificate from KNEC.
The average grade for visually and hearing-impaired people is a C-minus.
You can become a primary school teacher with a C in the KCSE, but not a secondary school teacher. Secondary school teachers must have a minimum KCSE grade of C+, as well as a C+ in each of their two academic subjects.
The minimum academic and professional qualifications for teacher registration and recruitment are a bachelor’s degree in education with two (2) teaching subjects or a bachelor’s degree in science or arts with a Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) in two teaching subjects.
Individuals who have acquired a Diploma in Education or gone through the A level system in the pertinent field, as well as Bachelor of Education undergraduates with a mean grade of C Plain and C Plain in the two teaching topics at KCSE, are qualified (s).
A bridging or pre-university diploma will be awarded to those who finish the course. Applicants must have a C+ (plus) grade in two teaching areas, or one (1) Principle and two (2) Subsidiaries at the “A” level, or its equivalent, to be considered for the Diploma.
For science-based programs, they must additionally have a grade of C (plain) in English and a grade of C (plain) in arithmetic, or a mark of D+ (plus) in math for non-science programs.
They must also have a teaching certificate from a recognized teacher education college.
Diploma Teachers who graduated from college in 2008 or before with a mean grade of C (plain) in two teaching subject areas are competent.
Students who are deaf or blind and have gotten a C