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Director TTI, Jane Muigai Kamphuis chairing the panel: The place of ICT and Digital Literacy in VTCs at the Husika Mentors graduation

February 5, 2021

“During the Covid-19 epidemic, TTI Offered online training to 300 youth on digital literacy, Life, and employ ability skills. A total of 6,900 lessons were completed online” Toolkit iSkills Director/Founder Jane Kamphuis

TTI at the official opening of Waithaka Vocational Training Center as a center of excellence.

January 27, 2021

TTI is offering online training to Safaricom Foundation Scholarship Programme beneficiaries. This is a partnership between TTI, The Safaricom Foundation and Zizi Afrique Foundation.

TTI hosted visitors from Congo Brazzaville, at the head office in the morning, and later went to visit Lishe Demo Farm in the afternoon.

December 22, 2020

TTI Director Jane Muigai Kamphuis’ Presentation during the Safaricom Foundation Economic Empowerment Forum on Dec 18,2020

December 18, 2020

TTI Prayer Day/End of Year Party at LISHE Demo Farm

December 16, 2020

TTI scaffolder identifying parts that make up a scaffold

December 10, 2020

Visit to Comboni VTC by Chris, TTI Construction Sector Skills and Deployment Pillar Head and Cynthia,TTI Intern supporting SFSP on Dec 1, 2020.

December 2, 2020

FRUITS OF TOOLKIT’S WORK-BASED TRAINING (WBT) MODEL

November 20, 2020

We celebrate the attainment of 1G, 3G & 6G Welders Qualification, as per the American Society of Mechanical Engineering (ASME IX)

November 20, 2020

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TTI Director Jane Muigai Kamphuis Interview with Kenya Association of Manufacturers CEO, Ms Phyllis Wakiaga. TTI conducted a Labour Market Analysis of Environmental Technology in Kenya which was commissioned by the UNESCO

November 3, 2020