The Kenya National Qualifications Authority (KNQA) was set up in 2015 as set out in the Kenya National Qualifications Framework (KNQF) act no. 22 of 2014 (and KNQF Regulations, 2018) to help coordinate and harmonize the various levels of education; and to create a database of all qualifications in the country. The KNQF that the authority has developed and is now implementing is part of Kenya’s international commitments to develop an accurate, reliable and robust database of all qualifications in the country that will allow for comparability, equation, recognition and information sharing of qualifications globally.
ICDL Certification has been accredited by the Kenya National Qualifications Authority as a Kenya National Qualifications Framework KNQF LEVEL 3: National Skills Certificate II (NSC-II)/Government Trade Test II (GTT- II)/National Vocational Certificate II (NVC- II). This milestone presents an opportunity for greater programme adoption and project collaborations in both the public and private sectors in Kenya.
Mr. James Tegeret, Deputy Director Registration, Accreditation and Documentation, and Claire Barasa presented the certificate. Etinick Mutinda and Peter Maina represented ICDL Africa.