NCA Certificate Checker | How To Check Your NCA Application Status

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Did you apply for the NCA certificate, and do you want to check your NCA application status? If yes, then you have come to the right place. Read the details below on how to check your NCA application status online.

NCA Certificate Checker

The National Construction Authority (NCA), constituted in the laws of Kenya under Act No.41 of 2011, is a government organization which regulates, streamlines and builds capacity in the construction industry. The body’s main mandate is to provide a regulatory framework for builders, contractors, site workers and supervisors.

What is NCA?

NCA, allows you to register, acquire a certificate and get accreditation, in a bid to eliminate rogue contractors and malpractices in the building and construction industry.

Likewise, the authority also inspects constructions and building projects around the country, ensuring high-quality work and halting projects that pose health risks or collapse hazards.

NCA Certificate Application

1.    Visit the NCA website: www.nca.go.ke

2.    Go the ‘Construction Worker’ tab then click on ‘Accreditation’.

3.    Click on ‘Accreditation Portal’.

4.    Click on ‘Register’ and register an account by filling in the required details in each field.

5.    Log into your account using the national id or passport number, and the password used during registration.

6.    Click on ‘New Application’ tab, then click on ‘Accreditation’.

7.    Submit the information accompanied by the requested documentation (as listed above).

8.    After your details are checked and approved, an invoice is sent to the email address you provided during registration indicating the amount to be paid as well as the mode of payment.

9.    Payment can be made through Mpesa Pay Bill No. 522524 – Account No. 1136368019, Kenya Commercial Bank, Milimani Branch Account No. 1136368019.

10.    To submit payment, you will go back to your account and key in the Mpesa code or bank slip transaction number in the ‘Click here to Enter the Bank Slip Transaction No./Mpesa Code.’

11.    You will receive payment notification sent via SMS on the phone number you provided during registration.

12.    Subsequently, your certificate of registration is processed and can be picked at their office.

13.    Accreditation is valid for three years after which it may be renewed for a similar period.

How To Check Your NCA Application Status

To verify your NCA certificate, visit the NCA Certificate Checker portal at https://portal.nca.go.ke

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