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Courses Offered By Wote Technical Training Institute In Kenya.

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Wote technical training institute (Wote TTI) is one of the public technical colleges that known to train people from artisan level to higher diploma. Wote TTI began as a polytechnic in 1990 and has been supported by the government of Kenya in its development.

Wote TTI is located between Makueni Girls and the offices of ministry of roads, 3 kilometers from Wote town along the Wote Makindu road. This is one of the important institutions situated in Makueni County.

This institution helps those students who cannot be able to enroll for university education because they admit even those who finished standard eight education (Kenya certificate of primary education) in Kenya where they enroll for artisan courses. The minimum admission requirement for diploma courses in Wote TTI is a mean grade of C (plain) at KCSE (kenya certificate of secondary education), certificate courses is a mean grade of D+ (plus) at KCSE and artisan requires KCSE D-, KCSE D (plain) or KCPE certificate.

Diploma courses offered by Wote technical training institute.

  • Diploma in Information Communication Technology.

  • Diploma in Automotive Engineering.

  • Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

  • Diploma in Building Engineering.

  • Diploma in Building and Civil Engineering.

  • Diploma in Textile Technology.

Certificate courses offered at Wote technical training institute.

  • Certificate in Secretarial Studies.

  • Craft Certificate in Automotive Engineering.

  • Certificate in Secretarial Studies.

  • Certificate in Electrical and Electronics (power option).

  • Craft Certificate in Masonry.

  • Craft Certificate in Fashion Design and Garment making Technology.

  • Masonry Craft.

  • Certificate in Nutrition and Dietetics.

  • CISCO International Certificate in IT essentials.

Artisan courses offered at Wote technical training institute.

  • Electrical Installation.

  • Garment Marking.

  • Plumbing.

  • Welding and Fabrication.

  • Motor Vehicle Mechanics.

  • Masonry.

The accounting courses offered at Wote technical training institute.

  • Accounting Technician Certificate (ATC) 1 & 2.

  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA) section 1-4.

All students pursuing accounting courses are usually advised to register with KASNEB in Kenya before joining the college.

For more information about the courses offered at Wote technical training institute, contact:

Wote TTI,

P.O. Box 377- 90300, Makueni, Kenya.

Telephone: 0202624243

Mobile: 0728658649 and 0731642021

Email address: [email protected].

Website: www.wotetti.ac.ke.



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