Early Childhood Development Education Program Offered at Embu College of Professional Studies

Diploma Fulltime Fee: on application Intake: Ongoing

Diploma (Accredited by: KNEC)

About Early Childhood Development Education Diploma program.

The diploma in Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) offered at Foundation Institute of Africa is crafted to equip students with theoretical and practical skills in early childhood development education in line with the standards stipulated by the government, leaving students well versed to work for ECDE centers in the country. The diploma course ensures students are well trained through a KIE development program and their end certificate accredited by KNEC.

All applicants seeking to join the Foundation institute of Africa are required to be members of Kenya Youth Education Scholarship Fund. Applicants are therefore required to pay a membership fee of KShs. 2,500 per year and a processing fees of KShs. 1,500.

Download application form here

Entry requirements for Early Childhood Development Education

  1. KCSE Mean grade C (plain) or
  2. C- with a P1 Teacher Training Certificate or
  3. ECDE Certificate with 1 year experience

Early Childhood Development Education Course Subjects

Examination body.

  • Kenya National Examination Council KNEC
  • NB: KNEC examination fees will be paid by the student.

About Embu College of Professional Studies

At Embu College we are determined to ensure that we continue to provide High quality and relevant tertiary level Programmes that will, in the end, help Kenyans and the world at large.
Embu College of Professional Studies is located along Kanjuru Road off Embu-Meru Highway, 200m from Embu County Assembly offices.
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About KNEC

The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) is the national body responsible for overseeing national examinations in Kenya, it is established under the Kenya National Examinations Council Act Cap 225A of the Laws of Kenya, in 1980. In 2012 this act was repealed and replaced with KNEC Act ... read more