ISO Certified Kenya’s Institute Of Advanced Technology, Nakuru Officially Opens

ISO Certified  Kenya’s Institute Of Advanced Technology, Nakuru Officially Opens

Institute of advanced technology (IAT) is well known for offering certificate, diploma and degree courses in Business and Information and Communication Technology. It is the first training institution in East and Central Africa to be ISO certified. They have also been for four consecutive years the recipients of the Microsoft award for Best Certified Technical Education Center (CTEC).

 

The organization was established in 1991 and has over the years amassed a considerable amount of experience in training both individuals and corporate clients. So there is no campus in your area? No problem. IAT also have offsite training as well. This means that they will come and offer training to you where and when it is convenient.

 

 Their participation in the delivery of ICT Training coupled by demand for the said services has seen them grow rapidly with campuses being put up in major towns in Kenya. The latest Campus is the Nakuru branch which was officially opened by the C.E.O of the Kenya ICT Board Mr. Paul Kukubo. The Kenya ICT Boar d is committed to delivering exemplary service to our clients through the application of globally recognized project management standards so that Kenya can adopt and exploit ICT for socio-economic enrichment. The above mentioned awards show that the organization (IAT) has been excelling in ICT training and has attained international recognition for their efforts. As further proof of the Government’s Commitment to supporting the growth of ICT in Kenya the area MP, who is also the assistant minister for Roads, Hon Lee Kinyanjui was in attendance.

 

The campus rests on approximately 18,000 square feet of land and has a state of the art examination center. At the time the school had 87 units but with the capacity to hold over 260 units there is room for expansion.

 

While the majority agrees that ICT development is a powerful tool towards attaining the Kenyan vision 2030 goals, it is also important to ensure that services delivered are of quality and are up to international standards.

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