Michuki Technical Training Institute (MTTI) is committed to providing quality Technical, Vocational, and Entrepreneurial Training in a conducive environment, using appropriate technology to empower her trainees for individual development and global competitiveness. We endeavor to be the leading Technical Institute in Kenya and beyond.
In pursuit of this commitment, MTTI shall set, continually monitor and annually review the organization context, needs, and expectations of interested parties, risks, opportunities, and quality objectives in compliance with the quality management system based on ISO9001:2015.
Vision: A leader in the provision of Technical, Vocational, and Entrepreneurial Training
Mission: To provide quality Technical, Vocational, and Entrepreneurial Training to empower graduates for individual development and global competitiveness.
Motto: Professional and technical skills to empower
Michuki TTI is located in Kangema Sub-county Muranga County. The college can be accessed from different directions as shown on the direction diagram below. The main routes are.
Michuki Technical Training Institute (MTTI) started as a youth training Centre in 1956. The land was donated to the community from the late senior chief Michuki whom the community regarded highly.
Between 1978 and 1980, the European Economic Community donated funds towards the construction of Classes, Staff Houses, and provision of teaching tools and equipment. In the same year, the school was converted into Michuki Technical high school until 1986 when it was converted to Technical Training Institute. In 1990 September it was renamed to Kangema Technical Training Institute up to 2003 when the name was changed to the original name as Michuki Technical Training Institute under the certificate of registration No. MOEST/PC/806/2003.
Michuki Technical Training Institute operates under the Education Act as stipulated in the laws of Kenya. The Institute’s operations are also carried out in accordance with the Government policies and procedures as spelt out in official documents and circulars. The institute is conscious of the Government’s policy of industrialization by the year 2020, and the vision 2030. It is gearing towards playing a significant and leading role in the fulfillment of this policy.
The Institute is managed by the BOG appointed by the Minister for Higher Education Science and Technology as stipulated by the Education Act (1968, Revised 1982). The responsibilities of the Board of Governors include recruitment of the teaching and non-teaching staff, financial management, overall conduct, discipline, and maintenance of the institute’s physical facilities.