The KAPISN module computes neoclassical thermal transport from several models including the Rutherford, modified Hazeltine-Hinton, Bolton, Chang-Hinton (1982) and modified Chang-Hinton (1986) models. Each model computes the ion thermal conductivity at a single grid point whereby the electron thermal conductivity is computed externally in the driver routine assuming it to be equal to the square root of the mass ratio times the ion thermal conductivity. Inside the q=1 surface, it is assumed that the ion and electron thermal conductivities are equal. This module was used extensively in the MLT shooting code at General Atomics during the ITER model testing exercise using the modified Hinton-Hazeltine prescription.