17th November 2023
Mutech Training institute CEO visits Aerocampus in Bordeaux France for the Airbus Competency Trainer (ACT) and Online Learning Management Systems (LMS) training systems Demo.
Mutech Training Institute envisions to train future aircraft maintenance technicians through a complete and fully integrated training programme built upon the latest aircraft technology and training standards developed through synergies between Airbus and Aerocampus Aquitaine.
Mutech Training Institute CEO visits Airbus Training Centre in Toulouse France for ACT for Academy basic aircraft maintenance training project.
ACT stands for Airbus Competence Training, it aims to familiarize students with the latest Airbus aircraft technology and maintenance procedures, all within a classroom environment. ACT for Academy utilizes a combination of technical modules along with a 3D virtual aircraft that allows students to “walk around” the aircraft and explore various parts and components as if they were looking at a real airplane. The program also includes a scenario-based training system that trains students to perform tasks based on real-world technical issues found in airline operations. This method of training will challenge students to learn how to apply their knowledge before learning to work on an actual aircraft.
ACT for Academy can be utilized by a wide range of users, from licensed aircraft technicians to university students learning about aircraft systems for the first time. It can also be used as an introductory tool for those who are planning on transitioning from other occupations to aviation maintenance careers.
A three member team from the National Industrial Training Authority (NITA) visited Mutech Training Institute to inspect and accredit Mutech as a licenced NITA Assesment and Government Trade test testing centre.
The National Industrial Training Authority (NITA) is a state corporation established under the Industrial Training (Amendment) Act of 2011. Its mandate is to promote the highest standards in the quality and efficiency of Industrial Training in Kenya and ensure an adequate supply of properly trained manpower at all levels in the industry. The team inspected the Workshops, Training aids and the Office among other facilities that will be used by the Trainees . They also interacted with the policies put in place to ensure the success of the Institute.
19th July 2023
Kwa Ukungu Secondary school visits Mutech.
Mutech Director Morris Maingi and Adminstrator Anne Wairimu presented the current apprenticeship situation at the Institute. They pointed out the difficulties in recruiting trainees and presented the company's own training workshop
15th June 2022
Mutech Training institute inspected and accredited by TVETA.
The 15th of June 2022 marked another big step for Mutech Training Institute after a successful inspection by the Technical and Vocational Education and Training Authority (TVETA).
TVETA is a public corporate agency established under the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Act No. 29 of 2013 to regulate and coordinate training in the country through licensing, registration and accreditation of programs, institutions and trainers.
The inspection visit by a team of TVETA assessors sought to establish the Institute’s compliance with set standards. It focussed on Mutech Training Institute’s capacity to mount selected courses and the relevance of training programmes to the national technical and vocational training objectives. Mutech Training institute, Kenya has invested in technical training facilities, human resources, and industrial partnerships to produce learners with the right competencies and attitudes required to serve the society.