This is a quick guide on how to apply and register for a Teachers Service Commission (TSC) number in Kenya as of 2019. This is a unique identification number given to all the qualified teachers in Kenya who have been successfully recruited by the Teachers Service Commission. Having highlighted on this website before on the TSC recruitment requirements for teachers in Kenya, on this post we are going to look at how you can apply and get your TSC number.
You should scan and upload the following documents :
1. Original Professional and Academic Certificates
2. National identity card
3. Bank slip
Deposit Ksh 1,055 through Direct Banking or via MPesa. (KSh 1,000 is a non-refundable registration fee of and Ksh 55 for Bank Commission Charge to the TSC). Application for a duplicate certificate will be KSh 2055. All payable to National Bank of Kenya Ltd, Harambee Avenue branch, Account Name: TSC-Secretariat Account Number: 01001005707400. For Mpesa, the Pay Bill Business Number is 625625.
You can check out how to Transfer Money from Mpesa to National Bank Account.
4. One passport size photo
5. KRA pin
6. GP69 form: You can download the GP69 form here. This form must be signed by a government doctor.
7. Certificate of good conduct: Here is a simple guide on how to apply for a certificate of good conduct in Kenya.
8. Entry and work permits for non-Kenyans. They are also required to upload a letter of clearance from the Ministry of Education.
CLICK HERE to start your online registration for a TSC number.
A teacher who meets the requirements for registration will be issued with the certificate of Registration bearing a TSC number within 30 days.