Kumasi Technical Institute was established in September 1976 by the Government of Ghana with support and in collaboration with the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA). However, academic work started in January 1977. Initially, the institute was administered by Ghanaian personnel with Canadian counterparts serving as counselors until May 1978 when the Canadians began to hand over the institute to a wholly Ghanaian administration. The last of the Canadians left in June 1979. Kumasi Technical Institute is situated on a 40-acre piece of land donated by the Asantehene, Otumfuo Opoku Ware II.
To provide technical education and training in appropriate and emerging technologies, for the employment and academic progress of our students, through quality and demand-driven training, community partnership, work experience, and inspiring students to be lifelong learners and socially responsible adults.
To be a specialised technical institute providing requisite Technical education programmes for employment and to serve as a catalyst for further academic work.
Awards and Achievements
|Year||Title of Award||Position|
|Best Cadet - SHS Category - Diamond Jubilee Independence Day Anniversary Parade - 2017|
|National Best Teacher Award - Technical Category – 2015, 2017|