FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Currently DTI offers The Precision Fabrication Program.
This program consists of three smaller unique programs namely:

  • The Solutions program: Offers the core trade curriculum required of Welding and Fabricators by the government accrediting body, COTVET (Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training)
  • The Innovation Lab: Mandatory classes in Digital Design, Product Realisation, World-Class Manufacturing and Entrepreneurship.
  • The Challenge Program: A series of workshops designed to transform students into responsible, confident, collaborative professionals by the end of their DTI enrolment.

The Precision Fabrication Program is a 12-month intensive program on the DTI campus after which students will be offered Workplace Learning Experience for a subsequent 6 months.

The Precision and Fabrication Program costs about 19,400gh for the Entire Program Duration.

You can apply through portal.dtiafrica.com

Students who graduate from the intensive 1 year Precision program will also go further to gain 6 months Workplace Learning Experience. Students will gain a Diploma and COVET National Certificate 1 in Wielding and Fabrication.

DTI admits JHS/SHS/HND certificate holders.

DTI will soon launch the Precision Quality Program which will cater to all ages.

DTI offers scholarship to students who are incredibly talented and can display enough evidence of the need for financial Assistance. These individuals can earn up to 100% to cover the entire cost of the precision fabrication program

Yes, please. DTI is accepting new students for the 2020/2021 academic Year. You can apply through portal.dtiafrica.com.

You can kindly contact the number between the hours of 10am & 4pm Mon-Friday.

We are located at Mempeasem in East Legon. You can use this google map link to find out pinpointed location: https://goo.gl/maps/pmxoyJ2tuEbbEkmp7

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