Training of assessors for city and guilds that take place at Iganga Technical Institute

Iganga Technical Institute

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We don't just teach, we impart practical skills to our students that helps them thrive in their fields of passion

Welcome to iganga technical institute

Iganga Technical Institute was started by a white missionary called Rev. Fr. Verona who was a parish priest at Iganga St. Peter Clever Catholic Church in the year 1952. It began with only 2 trainees in Carpentry and Joinery department, with the purpose of facilitating church construction and repair work at that time.

Iganga Technical Institute is a public institution supervised by the ministry of education and sports through the BTVET Department. The primary objective of the institution is to provide Skills Training for employment entry, career growth and development.

This Institute was started in 1952 by Rev. Fr. Verona who was a parish priest of Iganga St. Peter Clever Catholic Church. We are located in Iganga district CMS along Iganga – Jinja Highway.



To produce competent Craftsmen and Technicians that meet the demand and needs of the industry for sustainable socio-economic development.


To become a Center of Excellence for training modern technical skills and engineering technologies.


Excellence, integrity, and professionalism.

Excellence: We strive for perfection in…


Message From the principle

Iganga Technical Institute is a government institution established with the purpose of equipping students with practical knowledge that helps them thrive in the real world. We have qualified, experienced and well-trained staff that has enabled us to help thousands of Ugandans and non Ugandans excel in the careers of their person. 

I assure you there is no regrets once you join us. Join us today for quality and practical knowledge

programs we offer

We’ve got a team of highly qualified, trained, hardworking staff (both teaching and non-teaching) who have helped us render quality services to the citizens of Uganda and those from abroad.

Basic Training

Programs that fall in this category run for 2 years and the study time is full day

Advanced Craft

It goes for 1 year of handson training and the study time is full day

Non Formal Training

This runs for 3 months of strictly hands-on training