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curriculum review


The Kisii National Polytechnic is in the process of developing curriculum for CBET Courses. The first drafts of the curricular have been developed, following intense desk research. The institution wishes to collect views from relevant stakeholders to improve on the said drafts. In this regard, the institution is collecting feedback on the said curricular based on the following parameters; Comprehensiveness, Relevance and Quality.

Comprehensiveness: Ability of a curriculum to promote both trainee-directed and trainer-directed activities; large group, small group and individualized learning opportunities; and learning during every day routines and experiences.

Relevance: Applicability and appropriateness of a curriculum to the personal aspirations, interests, or cultural experiences of learners (personal relevance) or that are connected in some way to real-world issues, problems, and contexts (life relevance)

Quality: The curriculum should enable trainees to acquire and develop the knowledge, skills and values, and the associated capabilities and competencies, to lead meaningful and productive lives.

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Covid 19

COVID-19 ,Corona

In this light, institutionre-opening will be responsive to the dimension of the COVID-19 situation and in accordance with the Ministry of Health guidance on the levels of risk and protocols to be issued to the best interest of thelearner.The guidelines are clear on the following.

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1.Class/cohortsizes adjusted to ensure adherence to social distancing.

2.Education institutional programsreworked to avoid learners and trainees from gathering at one place in big numbers.

3.Useof face masksbyall learners and trainees, teachers/ non-teaching staffand parents/ guardians/visitorsat all times within the school environment.

4.Supply of adequate clean running water, liquid soap/hand sanitizers

5.Temperature monitoring andrecordkeeping.

6.Institution health and hygiene practices.

7.Referral systems for the provision of mental health and psychosocial support for learners / trainees and staff members.

8.Continued learningand review of schools daily routine.

9.Procedure of handling suspected COVID-19 case


Keep yourelf save and others

Masks can help prevent the spread of the virus from the person wearing the mask to others. Masks alone do not protect against COVID-19, and should be combined with physical distancing and hand hygiene. Follow the advice provided by your local health authority

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