Kenya Institute of Special Education (External Programme)

Posted on: 6/20/2011 10:05:05 AM  Posted By: raphael  Membership Level: Diamond  Total Points: 18238      

Diploma and Certificate Courses in Special Needs Education through Distance Learning
Kenya Institute of Special Education (KISE) invites applications for a one year Certificate and two years Diploma Courses in Special Needs Education by Distance Learning. These courses aim at giving expertise, knowledge and skills for effective support of children with special needs including those with disabilities.
Specially prepared study materials will be provided and there will be appropriate face-to-face sessions lasting for two and half weeks during school holidays (December, April and August)
Entry Requirements
Certificate Course: Applicants must be teachers, parents, social workers, caregivers, paramedics or other interested persons, with O-Level Education
Diploma Course
1. Holder of P1 teacher training certificate by training with a minimum of 2 years teaching experience
2. Holder of certificate course in ECDE from KNEC or Ministry of Education DICEDE certificate with at least C- in KCSE or Division III in KCE and at least 2 years teaching experience.
Application Procedures
- Application forms for interested and eligible candidates are available at the Distance Learning Office-KISE, the District Educational Assessment and Resource Centres (EARCs) countrywide and from KISE Regional Co-ordinators stationed at; Baringo TTC, Mosoriot TTC, Sigalagala Technical Institute and Thika Technical Institute at a non-refundable application fee of Ksh. 600/= payable to Kenya Institute of Special Education by Money Order or Bankers Cheque.
Tuition and KNEC Exam Fees
Certificate: Year 1 - Ksh. 40,000/=; Total: Ksh. 40,000/=
Diploma: Year 1 - Ksh. 50,000/=; Year 1 KNEC Exams - Ksh. 7,700/=; Year 2 - Ksh. 30,200; Year 2 KNEC Exams - Ksh. 10,600; Total: Ksh. 98,500/=
During face-to-face sessions, learners will pay an accommodation fee of Ksh. 6,300.00 per session
For more information, please contact your nearest District Educational Assessment and Resource centre (EARC) Regional Co-ordinator or the Head of Distance Learning Department-KISE on Telephone numbers 020-8007977 or cell phones: 0722-882603, 0722-303999
Fax: 020-8007966


mathew kamau
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i need to know whether you have training for non teachers e,g parents/sunday school taechers who want to deal with children who ahve special needs.
16 Aug 2010 @ 01:41

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Hi, am interested in serving children with special need. I work in children`s environment an have a need to serve others. I could like to train in your institution as a distance learner. I am o-level with a mean grade of c. please advice me on what to do. Thank`s in advance
07 Oct 2010 @ 01:34

Julius Waweru
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Just like Mathew Kamau has asked, I wish to know whether you have training for non teachers. I am a parent with an autistic child and would want to have skills to handle him effectively.
18 Dec 2010 @ 01:18

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KISE offers training even non-teachers as explained above.
03 Feb 2011 @ 04:17

brian sharon
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am interested in knowing if the program is still ongoing
20 Jun 2011 @ 04:05

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when is the next intake?
26 Aug 2011 @ 06:01

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I am a kindergaten teacher and would wish to
find out whether you offer classes for speech therapy. I have children in my school with that need.

15 May 2012 @ 06:21

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