The government has developed systems that will ensure quality assurance in national qualifications.
Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu who spoke at the release of the 2022 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations results Friday, said a system of articulation, classification, registration, accreditation and quality assurance of national qualifications is in place.
The Cabinet Secretary reassured Kenyans that the government was keen in ensuring that the credibility and authenticity of qualifications and certificates from education and training institutions are of high quality.
The Cabinet Secretary directed the Kenya National Qualifications Authority to ensure that the National Qualifications Framework is fully implemented to develop a system of competence, life-long learning and attainment of national qualifications.
Already, a policy for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) which allows artisans to get certificates on their vocation has been developed.