TSC Advertises More Vacancies For December 2021 Internship Recruitment
TSC Internship Recruitment Vacancies December 2021-2022: The TSC Teacher Internship program is a one year program meant to equip and sustain competencies of fresh graduates entering the teaching fraternity having attained either a Diploma or Degree in Education.
The program targets unemployed, qualified and registered teachers who upon successful recruitment are usually assigned to new work stations- learning institutions where their teaching experience is enhanced through mentorship, coaching and exposure to Practical teaching experience.
According to reliable sources, the Teachers Service Commission is planning to recruit another 957 teachers to serve under internship program for the 2021/2022 recruitment cycle.
In a former interview, the TSC Chief Executive Officer Doctor Nancy Macharia underscored the fact that the TSC Internship Recruitment exercise is free of charge and asked interested candidates to beware of frauds who will upon laying hands on the applicants’ details do all they can to extort money from them.
To qualify, applicants must be registered teachers with TSC numbers, hold a P1 certificate for primary school teachers and have a minimum award of diploma in education certificate for secondary school teachers.
They are also required to have original documents and professional certificate requirements besides being ready to be posted to any public educational institution among other requirements.
Kindly note that no one can apply for TSC Internship without applying for TSC registration and TSC number online. In case you recently graduated but you have not applied for your TSC number, follow this simple process.
How to Apply for TSC Number Online, Application Requirements, Check Status
The TSC Act 2012 requires that every trained teacher to be registered by the Teachers Service Commission, before they can be assigned duties in any school in Kenya, be it a private and public school.
To back this TSC act, the ministry of education released a directive in late 2016 to all county commissioners to ensure that only qualified teachers to enter classrooms as from 2017. A qualified teacher is the one who has been registered by Teacher Service Commission and awarded a certificate of registration.
If you are a trained teacher and you don’t have a TSC number, no need to worry any more. I’m going to guide you through how to secure one.
It is good to note that TSC does not recognize any application made manually. This means that everything is done online.
TSC Teacher Education Minimum Requirements
Certificate C Plain in KCSE
Diploma C+ (plus) at KCSE
Degree C+ (plus) at KCSE
In addition to above minimum requirements, teachers intending to teach secondary school must ensure that they have at least C +(plus) in the two teaching subjects.
TSC Number Registration Application – How to Register:
TSC number application process is simple and straightforward. The Teacher Service Commission Act 2012 Article 237 requires that the commission registers all qualified teachers before they teach in any private or public Kenyan school. If you meet all the requirements for registration, you will receive a certificate of registration that has a TSC number within 30 days of filing. The names of all the registered teachers become published annually. TSC Number Registration Application
TSC Number Application Requirements
Below are some of the fundamental details you need to verify before you begin your application for TSC number in the TSC number application platform;
Certified copies of academic and professional certificates
National identity card
One passport size photos
GP 69 form
Certificate of Good Conduct
Entry and work permits for non-Kenyans.
Once you have these documents, scan and upload their original copies on the TSC number application online website. You will also be required to deposit KES. 1,055 through direct or straightforward banking. KES. 1000 is a non-refundable registration fee and KES. 55 is the Bank commission charge on TSC. Be sure to have a bank deposit slip before you proceed with the application.
If you are applying for duplicate certificate application, deposit a non-refundable fee of KES. 2,055 to the TSC Registration Account National Bank of Kenya Direct Banking A/C No. 01001005707400.
As indicated above, the application of TSC number requires you to have all the needed documents and finances. Registration for TSC number in Kenya attracts a response within 30 days after TSC number application form submission.
Possible Causes for Failed Registration
Application for TSC number in Kenya are denied in some cases, necessitating a closer look into the following critical causes of failure;
Lack of proper relevant academic and professional qualification
Bad moral conduct with former offense conflictions including sexual offense or any other offense against a learner
The previous record of criminal offenses that renders the person unfit to be a teacher
1 If the applicant is engaged in activities that are prejudicial to peace, order and good governance
If the applicant suffers physical or mental infinity that renders them incapable of performing the duties of a teacher.
Also, take note that all sections of the registration application must all become filled. To do this, fill in all the required information and take note that it is a criminal offense to give false details willfully. If found guilty, you will be required to pay fines of up to KES. 100,000 or face 12 months imprisonment or both according to section 44 of TSC Act No. 20 of 2012.
Take note that since the online TSC number application system came into existence, TSC does not accept any paper application meaning all applications must be done online. You therefore, need to ensure that you can access strong Wi-Fi signal or visit a cyber cafe to make your request without any form of interruptions. Remember, TSC number application status is only done online.