86000 Shortlisted C1 Teachers To Compete For Promotion To C2

86000 Shortlisted C1 Teachers To Compete For Promotion To C2

86000 Shortlisted C1 Teachers To Compete For Promotion To C2

In December, 86,000 teachers in job group  C1 who were shortlisted will compete  for the position of Senior Teacher II (T-Scale 7 Grade C2). In conventional primary schools, there are 10,819 places for senior teacher II, and in special schools, there are 700 slots. The teachers will be vying for these positions.

Beginning on December 4 and ending on December 15, 2023, teachers will be  interviewed for TSC promotions at several Sub-county locations chosen by the Commission.

A higher chance is given to those who have been serving as senior teachers and can provide letters of recommendation. Additionally, people who advanced from PTE certificates to diplomas, degrees, and other higher education are in a good position.

The candidates’ marks in the interview will be determined using the Commission score sheet as a guide. with the performance of TPAD and KCPE factored into the grade.Interview invitation letters, including the date, time, and location of the interview as well as the necessary items that candidates must bring, have already been sent to the teachers who made the short list.

The Commission posted 36,275 promotion opportunities for teachers in job  groups C1 through D5 in August. Online applications were accepted until September 15th. A little over a hundred fifty thousand instructors were selected for the promotion  interviews. The Commission has never shortlisted as many instructors for promotion  interviews as it has done with this group of educators. According to one of the invitation letters obtained by Teachers Arena, a C1 teacher  who submitted a promotion application using Advert No. 61/2023 must bring  these seven materials to the interview.

1) Original National ID Card

2) Original Academic and Professional Certificates

3) Letter of appointment to the current Grade

4) Letter of appointment to the current post (where applicable)

5) TSC County Directors and Sub County Directors certified that the individual  subject results from the last three years’ KCPE/KCSE Examinations were analyzed.

7) Any other relevant testimonials supporting your performance

Before being confirmed, those who are successful will need to submit five chapter  six documents. The five required documents are listed below in accordance with “Leadership  and Integrity,” Chapter Six of the Kenyan Constitution. It costs 1,050/-to obtain a valid Certificate of Good Conduct from the Directorate of Criminal  Investigations (DCI).

Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) Clearance Certificate: No fees Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) Tax Compliance Certificate: No Cost Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) clearance is provided at no cost. The cost of a Clearance Certificate from a Credit Reference Bureau (CRB)  approved was $2,200.

The Commission will transfer the successful  students to a different school in  the same subcounty and promote them to  grade C2.

(1) Prepare lesson plans, lesson notes, timetables, schemes of work and maintain academic standards in the school to ensure that the syllabus is covered in time for evaluation;

(2) Teach the subjects of specialization to impart knowledge and skills to the learners;

(3) valuate the learners on subjects of specialisation and prepare them for national and other examinations;

(4) Provide new ideas and programmes to ensure improvement in teaching and learning in the subjects of specialisation;

(5) Embrace teamwork through collaborative planning and teaching to ensure consistency and improvement in curriculum delivery;

(6) Serve as a role model and maintain learner discipline to create conducive environment for learning;

(7) Provide guidance and counseling services to learners to instill norms and values for harmonious co-existence;

(8) Organise workshops/seminars/symposiums to share ideas, and further knowledge in subjects areas;

(9) Organize remedial actions to support learners with performance gaps.

(10) Collect, collate and maintain all school records such as; enrolment, teaching and learning resources, evaluation records, attendance registers;

(11) Organise and coordinate school based in-service programmes to build teachers capacity for improved teaching and learning;

(12) Organise school based and zonal subject panels to facilitate sharing of knowledge, innovations and new trends;

(13) Coordinate gender mainstreaming issues for teachers and learners in curricular and co-curricular activities such as sports to ensure gender equity, equitable participation and maximization of potential of teachers and learners;

(14) Ensure discipline in school and arbitrate disputes among learners;

(15) Supervise cleanliness of the school compound and ensure learners are tidy; and

(16) Serve as secretary to the school disciplinary committee.

86,000 Shortlisted C1 Teachers To Battle It Out For Promotion To C2.

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