The credential earned upon successful completion of DTI’s core Solutions Program certifies achievement of existing international professional standards augmented by tools to address the experienced challenges of the creative and fabrication space in West Africa. Solutions Program content is designed explicitly for behavioral change and a sustainable pathway for each student, through mentored post-graduate practice, to achieve mastery in the practice area of choice.
The DTI Credential is supported by COTVET registration and formal alignment with COTVET Competency Based Training, Level 3, National Certificate 1, for the Iron & Steel Sector.
Students can achieve high-school equivalency through self-paced instruction offered at DTI.
DTI commits to 20% women per cohort to assure a balanced learning environment and an equitable future of sustained livelihoods to benefit all in society. DTI encourages creative exploration and professional diversity regardless of traditional societal roles and individual disabilities.
Application screening is rigorously equitable and community-based, assigning places first to high potential learners with truncated educational records.