Certificate in information communication technology

Qualification to pursue KNEC certificate in information communication technology

Certificate in information communication technology is an entry level 2 year KNEC course under Business Technical
and  Vocational  Education and Training  (BTVET)  which aims  to provide learners with entry level skills in the basic use of computers and information systems.The course further serves to introduce learners to world of computer programs by making known to them various programming languages.Qualification to pursue a KNEC course in information communication technology is a minimum KCSE mean grade of D(plain).

Career opportunities in certificate in information communication technology

Successful graduates in KNEC certificate in information communication technology can choose to proceed to diploma level or seek employment as ICT assistants or data entry clerks.

Certificate in information communication technology course units and codes

Course Code 1920

Module I

  • 101- Introduction to information communication technology
  • 102- Computer applications 1- paper 2 (practical)
  • 103- Basic electronics
  • 104- Mathematics
  • 105- Communication
  • 106- Operating systems
  • 107- Entrepreneurship project-business plan

Module II

  • 202- Computer applications ii-paper 2 (practical)
  • 203- Structured programming
  • 207- Course specialization project

Certificate in information communication technology past papers

1920-101- Introduction to information communication technology

1920-102- Computer applications 1- paper 2 (practical)

1920-103- Basic electronics

1920-104- Mathematics

1920-105- Communication

1920-106- Operating systems

1920-107- Entrepreneurship project-business plan

1920-201- Computer maintenance & support

1920-202A- Computer applications ii-paper 2 (theory)

1920-202B- Computer applications ii-paper 2 (practical)

203- Structured programming

207- Course specialization project