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Type of Facility : P1 Registration
Country : Kenya
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Kenya Education P1 Registration

Recruitment For Primary Teachers Colleges Pre-Service Training For The Year 2015:
P1 Registration year 2015 is currently on-going. Qualified candidates are required to download the Registration Form A , fill and return it to their respective education Zones by Tuesday 21st May, 2015

Related : Ministry of Education Results Online System Kenya :

This form should be filled by the candidate in the presence of the officer-in-charge

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1. Expectant mothers should not apply

2. Certified copies of the following documents must be attached to this form:-
(i) One copy of KCSE Certificate/Result slip.
(ii) Two recent Passport size Photographs.
(iii) One copy of Identity Card (both sides).
(iv) A copy of Co-Curricular activity certificate obtained (if any).
(v) One copy of leaving Certificate.

3. Candidates who register in more than one zone shall automatically be disqualified.

4. It is an offence to give false information

Assessment Form B:
DEOs are required to download the assessment forms for assessing the applicants Assessment Form B

Quality Of Certificate

Candidates will be awarded marks based on the grade obtained in KCSE in 5 subjects following the 12 points scale. The subjects are:- English, Mathematics, Kiswahili, best science subject and any other 1 best subject. Maximum points for this part will be 60.

Maximum marks for this part will be 12.

Co-Curricular Activities

A maximum of 8 marks will only be awarded for not more than one Co-Curricular activity such as football music, debate, drama, scouting/girl guide, 4K club, etc., at the highest level (National). Marks will be awarded on meritorious performance (evidence of such certificate, testimonial letters, etc must be shown) and only for the highest level at which the activity is performed.

For example, if one has proof that one has a meritorious performance at School, Zonal, Division and District levels, he/she will only be awarded marks for the highest and not for all three levels. Maximum marks for this section will be 8.

Kenya Primary Education Development Project
The Global Partnership for Education (GPE) has approved a grant of USD 88.4 million to the Ministry of Education Science and Technology for the Kenya Primary Education Development project.

The project covers the following four components: Component 1 : Improving early grade mathematics competencies Component II: Strengthening Primary school management systems Component III: Evidence based policy development Component IV: Project management. The project is expected to run from year 2015 – 2018. The World Bank is the Supervising Entity.

Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi flags off distribution of Primary School textbooks

Education Cabinet Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi with (left-right) Principal Secretary Belio Kipsang,Senior Assistant Director of Education and National Project Coordinator for priede project Martha Ekirapa , Deputy Project Coordinator In charge of Early Grade Mathematics Ateng Ogwel and Director General Education Leah Rotich peruses Mathematics textbooks that are to be distributed across the country to over 21 400 primary schools today 14th April 2016 at Industrial area Embakasi, Nairobi.

Additional Simplified Procedure

To register for P1 training in Kenya, you need to follow these steps:
1. Download the P1 registration form from the Ministry of Education website.
2. Fill in the form and attach the required documents, which are:
** A copy of your KCSE certificate/result slip.
** Two recent passport size photographs.
** A copy of your identity card (both sides).
** A copy of your leaving certificate (if applicable).
** A copy of any co-curricular activity certificate obtained (if any).
3. Submit the form to the District Education Officer (DEO) in your area.

The DEO will then assess your application and if you are successful, you will be invited to attend an interview. If you are successful in the interview, you will be admitted to a P1 training college. The application period for P1 training in Kenya is usually in the early months of the year. The exact dates are announced by the Ministry of Education.

Here are the requirements for P1 registration in Kenya:
** You must have a minimum of C- (minus) grade in KCSE.
** You must be at least 18 years old.
** You must be physically and mentally fit.
** You must be a Kenyan citizen.

If you meet the requirements, you can apply for P1 registration by following the steps above.

Here are some additional things to keep in mind when applying for P1 registration in Kenya:
** The number of places available for P1 training is limited, so it is important to apply early.
** The application process is competitive, so you should make sure that your application is complete and well-presented.
** You should also be prepared to attend an interview.

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