Kiribati Institute of Technology (KIT) and the Kiribati Women and Children’s Support Centre (KWCSC) signed an MOU to provide counselling support and referral for female students experiencing sexual and gender based violence in November 2020. The Australian Government has supported the partnership initiative and training programs with specialist advisors, resources and staff working with the […]
KIT hosted an event to acknowledge former KIT graduate’s progress and achievement in their professional fields. The aim of the awards ceremony is to support the development of the Alumni community and provide a professional network.
On Tuesday 26th January, KIT’s Officer in Charge, Bannau Tiiata, was joined in person by The Honorable Minster for Employment and Human Resource, Taabeta Amuera Teakai and The Australia High Commissioner to Kiribati, Bruce Cowled, at KIT to mark 10 years of skills training partnership supported by Australian aid in Kiribati. ‘Te Katiteuanaaki’, (Kiribati for […]
Kiribati Institute of Technology (KIT) and the Kiribati Women and Children’s Support Centre (KWCSC) have signed an MOU to provide counselling support and referral for female students experiencing domestic violence. A signing ceremony of the MOU between KIT and KWCSC took place at the KIT Campus, Betio at 2pm 9th November, 2020. KWCSC is the […]
Kiribati Institute of Technology (KIT) and Australia Pacific Training Coalition (APTC) renewed a formal partnership agreement that will continue the collaboration between the technical and vocational education and training (TVET) providers
Bwaraam Tominiko, a graduate of KIT and member of the Business Incubator Group (BIG), is working on the hand-washing station project in Tarawa managed by ChildFund Kiribati.
Since 1970, Kiribati Institute of Technology (KIT), formerly known as Tarawa Technical Institute (TTI), has provided quality Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) to the people of Kiribati.
For 21 of its 50 years, Bannau Tiiata has been working at Kiribati Institute of Technology across various roles, most recently as Officer in Charge at KIT.
KIT’s Business Incubator Group (BIG) is formed for KIT graduates from courses in construction, plumbing, and electro-technology. BIG’s purpose is to undertake a wide range of trade tasks across Tarawa.
Twenty-one staff from the Kiribati Institute of Technology (KIT) have participated in four weeks of Kiri Sign Language training delivered by the Kiribati Deaf Association (KDA).