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Forestry Training Institute (FTI) Olmotonyi is government owned organization under Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (MNRT) established in 1937 as a Forestry Training School. Since its establishment and particularly from the 1980s the Institute has grown in both size and quality. Its services have reached many countries in Eastern, Western, Central and Southern Africa. The Institute is registered by the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) with registration number REG/ANE/007 and has been granted full accreditation in December 2005 to offer National Technical Awards (NTA). The Institute currently offers Basic Certificate (NTA 4) in Forestry, Technician Certificate (NTA 5) in Forestry and Ordinary Diploma (NTA 6) in Forestry as well as short courses and consultancies in all environmental related fields including beekeeping and climate change.

 



  14-Mar-2014
NAFASI ZA UFADHILI KWA ASTASHAHADA NA STASHAHADA YA MISITU KWA MWAKA WA MASOMO 2014/2015

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  14-Mar-2014
SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE AND
ORDINARY DIPLOMA IN FORESTRY FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2014/2015

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  3-Mar-2014
The Principal of the Forestry Training Institute (FTI) Olmotonyi is announcing training opportunities for the courses offered by the Institute for the academic year 2014/2015.

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  3-Mar-2014
Mkuu wa Chuo cha Misitu Olmotonyi anatangaza nafasi za masomo katika kozi zinazotolewa na Chuo kwa mwaka wa masomo 2014/2015.

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  3-Mar-2014
Application Form for applicants wishing to be admitted for studies in 2014-2015 Academic Year can be downloaded here.

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  10-Mar-2014

COMMENCEMENT OF STUDENTS' FIELD ATTACHMENT



  22-Mar-2014

COMMENCEMENT OF ONE WEEK MID-SEMESTER BREAK



  31-Mar-2014

COMMENCEMENT OF ARBOUR WEEK