*Huge frustrations,confusions and panic sorrounds teachers as TPD training modules enters Day 2 leaving them on wider road*

The training which started yesterday has not been running well with teachers caught up in this quagmire despite paying for the programme.


Mount Kenya University started the online training yesterday. However Kenya Education Management Institute (KEMI) started theirs today.


The training has not been smooth with some teachers who paid for the training lacking the links that will take them to the training site.


“Am so frustrated. Cannot login I feel like quitting MKU i have tried to reset password with no response via email. Sms says reset successfully yet cant login,” says James Mwaura TSC number 359342.


“Very frustraing programme Iam unable to reset password to rejoin class,” says David Wahome TSC number 357241.


“Frustrations tupu,” says Tangus Vincent TSC number 754576.


“Is the TPD training on? and if it is so, where is the link?” asks Wahonya Oduor TSC number 562478.


“What will I do to recover yesterdays lessons woye,” says Rose Chepkorir TSC number 671275.


“Has anyone received any other lesson apart from the introduction these guys have been repeating since morning? I feel MKU is taking us for a ride,” says Paul Kega TSC number 371700.


“Hello, anyone who got the link to TPD class to share please,” says Joseph Kabiro TSC number 566168.


“Share the link for login in. I have same login problem on my side,” says Mercy Titus TSC number 660471.


“Iam not getting on the track. Help,” says Edwin Sawe TSC number 610964.


Some teachers have protested the move by Mount Kenya which initially allowed sh. 1,000 for registration and the rest payable ‘polepole’ for twelve months.


The registration fee has since being revised upward. Teachers now pay sh. 2,000 as registration fee.

Do you really support the TPD MODULES or you are against, share your thoughts below.


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  1. Mathew nyamai says

    Kemi ia okey