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Nyeri Technical Training Institute

Technical_training- Nyeri

ADMISSIONS

International Students:
The institution admits international students. International Students must meet the minimum requirements recognized by the institution.
Selection Type:
Based on minimum entry level grades and previous academic qualifications.
Modes of Admission:
To apply to Nyeri Technical Training Institute, students are required to; - -Collect an application form from the institution and read the instructions therein -Complete and return or send to the registrar with the required attachments.
FACILITIES

Accomodation

ACCOMODATION

Computing and internet services

COMPUTING AND INTERNET SERVICES

Library

LIBRARY

Sports and games

SPORTS AND GAMES

Wifi internet access

WI-FI INTERNET ACCESSS

HIGHLIGHTS

School type
SCHOOL TYPEtechnical_training
Established year
ESTABLISHED YEAR1977
Application mode
APPLICATION MODEOffline
ABOUT NYERI TECHNICAL TRAINING INSTITUTE

The Nyeri National Polytechnic is a middle level National Technical Learning Institute established under the Ministry of Science and Technology offering a variety of courses to K.C.S.E graduates at both craft/certificate and diploma levels. It started as a National Technical Secondary School in 1977. Its construction was financed by the Kenya Government with funding from the World Bank International Development Association (IDA).

The first student intake was initially admitted at form three level and started on a technical secondary syllabus. Later on, in 1979, form one students - both girls and boys, were recruited as technical secondary students. By 1983, the institution was a fully-fledged mixed national technical secondary school. The Education policy provided for a parallel technical secondary education considered to have technical and vocational aptitude. At the end of the secondary technical programme, students were expected to join national polytechnics for specialized training. in spite of this policy, a good number of technical secondary schools enrolled for advanced level classes (Form v & vi) at academic secondary schools owing to the high premium attached to the university education by that time. By the mid-1980, technical secondary education hardly attracted students. It is for this reason that the 8.4.4 education system was introduced in 1984 that secondary technical education policy and practice was abolished.

The institution was changed to become a technical training institute. The core business of the new colleges was to train in technical and vocational skills. They became middle-level development centers. With the change of the policy, Nyeri Technical Secondary school started phasing out technical secondary students and in 1986; the first post-secondary students were admitted. By 1987, the secondary school programme was fully phased out. The training programmes introduced in 1986 were: Certified Public Accounts course (CPA), Accounts Clerks National Certificate course (ACNC) and Secretarial studies. Other programmes introduced later at craft certificate level were; Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Welding and Fabrication, Clothing Technology, Automotive Engineering, Carpentry and Joinery. Besides the craft level courses, there were artisan-level courses for each of these programmes.

The first batch of Diploma students was admitted in 1991 in the following courses: Co-operative Management, Accountancy, Secretarial Studies, Business Administration. Other courses offered from 1995 to 2007 included: Diploma in Mechanical Engineering, Diploma in Electronics Engineering, Diploma in Electronics, Diploma in Marketing, Certificate in Science Laboratory Technology, Diploma in Electrical Engineering, Certificate in Computer Application. The Nyeri National Polytechnic is one of the TVET institutions charged with the mandate of training middle level technical and vocational labor force. In the global arena, Science, Technology and Innovation (ST&I) are the drivers for rapid world’s economic prosperity, social development and provide tools and solutions to address global challenges.
For this reason, the Government through the Ministry of Education, has strengthened the focus of ST&I and Technical Education (TE) policies as underlying the country’s national development efforts. NTTI was earmarked for the promotion to a National Polytechnic in June 2013 and this has been a dream realized after a lot of preparation, patience and prayer. In June the institute was given the polytechnic order. The Nyeri Polytechnic continues to undertake training programs which provide wholesome technical skills and levels of qualifications needed in various sectors of the economy. The Nyeri Polytechnic will participate in technological innovations, indulge in serious and high quality research and are involved in the protection of the environment and the common heritage of the country.

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"Excellent in technical and engineering courses"
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Javier Njugush

NYERI TECHNICAL TRAINING INSTITUTE LOCATION

NYERI

Mumbi Rd, Next To Green Hills Hotel.

Box Nyeri Nyeri

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