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Mukiria Technical Training Institute is located 9 km from Meru and 6 km from Meru town and 6 km from Nkubu along Meru- Embu highway. It was started in 1985 as a youth polytechnic. It was assessed and upgraded to a Technical Training Institute by then Ministry of Higher Education Science and Technology in 2011 and started its operations in 2013. The first intake was in January 2014.

To be a Center of excellence in the development and provision of innovative Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) programs in Kenya and beyond.

To nurture and impart Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) knowledge, skills and attitudes through research, innovation and technology for self reliance and National Development.

To offer hands on training in technical skills with strong component of entrepreneurship for self employment which is in line with our motto Excellence in skills and competence.

The institute targets all students who are unable to access University Education. This is in line with Kenya Vision 2030 where the Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institutions are one of the key drivers to transform Kenya into a newly industrializing middle level income country, providing a high delivery of life to all its citizens by 2030 in a clean and secure environment.

•    Improve institutional corporate governance.
•    Promote effective application of ICT.
•    Promote use of modern equipment and technology.


A list of services that are available in our Institution include the following:
1.    Executive Training.
2.    Research / Consultancy.
3.    Conference Facilities.
4.    Strategic Planning.
5.    Public Complaints.

Executive Training
Tailored In-House Programs
These address unique training needs of individual organizations. We prepare tailored proposals addressing areas our clients training needs.
Our training begins with assessing training needs and ends with back to work action plans and follow ups to assess the effectiveness of the training.

Symposium and Workshops.
These are organized from time to time to address emerging individual and corporate members’ needs. For more information you can contact the relevant Departments Heads for your needs.

Research / Consultancy.
In Mukiria Technical Training Institute, we are involved in systematic data collection and analysis for individuals and organizations. Theses are normally done by a research and consultancy unit in the institute. This is made of students, lecturers and other stakeholders who also involve consultancy bodies. This research involves:
1.    Academic Surveys.
2.    Automation.
3.    Environmental.
4.    Personal.
5.    Business Acumen.

Strategic Planning.
The strategic plan of Mukiria Technical Training Institute has been formulated through an all inclusive participatory process. It articulates the Institute’s vision for Kenya’s TVET system and identifies the strategic imperatives to be implemented during the next five years. The purpose of the strategic planning is to undertake the following:

1.    To present key milestones in the institution TVET program.
2.    To present the institutes ideology on the TVET‘s strategic option identified and modalities for the national respective agenda as a foundation for Vision 2030.
3.    To avail a tool for engagement and negotiation between the Government, key stakeholders and collaborators regarding the financing of TVET.
4.    To provide a basis for resource targeting.
5.    To provide a basis for program Implementation and performance evaluation.

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Mukiria Technical Training Institute Application Form

Mukiria Technical Training Institute along  Meru – Nkubu highway
P.O Box 1093-60200
Meru, Kenya.
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