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Nairobi Technical Training Institute Programs

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Nairobi Technical Training Institute was started in 1950s as a modern high school for Asians. The institute is managed by board of Governors who oversees its operations. It offers training up to diploma levels; with the training mainly being in Information technology and engineering that are crucial in reaching the goals of Kenya Vision 2030.

This institute has maintained high level of performance as it operates under quality management system that led to its certification by the Bureau of standards. Nairobi Technical Training Institute has established reliable collaboration with other institutions such as University of Nairobi, Kenya Energy Renewable Cooperation agency and Japan International cooperations (JICA). The institute is fully registered as a center for the following examination bodies:

a)      City and guilds of London

b)      National International training Authority

c)      Kenya National Examination Council

d)      Institute of commercial Management

e)      Kenya Accountant and Secretaries National Examination Board

f)       The Pharmacy and Poisons Board

g)      Kenya Medical Laboratory Technicians and Technologists Board


Courses offered at Nairobi Technical Training Institute

a)      Diploma in social work and community development

b)      Certificate in social work and community development

c)      Diploma in Chemical Engineering

d)      Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

e)      Diploma in Refrigeration and Air conditioning

f)       Diploma in food and Beverage and Management

g)      Diploma in food and Beverage production services

h)      Certificate in Information Technology

i)        Diploma in Information Communication Technology

j)        Certification in Motor Vehicle Mechanics

k)      Diploma in Automotive Engineering

l)        Craft certification in Motor Vehicle Systems

m)   Artisan in Motor Vehicle Mechanics

n)      Technician diploma in motor Vehicle Systems

o)      Diploma in Applied Biology

p)      Diploma in food science and technology

q)      Diploma in pharmaceutical technology

r)       Certificate in Medical Laboratory Technology

For more information contact the institute through:

Address: P.O Box 30039-00100, Nairobi, Kenya.

Email: [email protected]

Mobile: 0721233394


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