New Amsterdam Technical Institute

On September 11, 1971, the newly constructed New Amsterdam Technical Institute officially opened and on November 15, 1971 two hundred and sixty four (264) students entered to pursue studies in the basic trades then offered – Carpentry, Concrete Masonry, Welding, Plumbing, Radio Servicing, Electrical Wiring, Fitting and Machining, Agricultural Machinery, Motor Mechanics and Business. It was a joint project of the Government of Guyana and the Government of Canada and was called “a Godsend to the people of Berbice”.

Over the years, courses have been expanded to meet the growing needs of Industry. Today the institute boasts of offering twenty-one (21) courses in Business & ICT, Building and Engineering fields at the Craft, Diploma and Technician levels. Beginning in September 2014, trainees also have the opportunity to pursue studies by Competency Based Education/Training (CBET) method.

New Amsterdam Technical Institute Offered Courses | Programmes

  • BUILDING
  • ARCHITECTURAL AND BUILDING TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE
  • FURNITURE MAKING 
  • PLUMBING
  • BUSINESS
  • Administrative Principal & Practices
  • Data Operation- level 1
  • Diploma in Computer Science
  • General Office Administration
  • Ordinary  Diploma in Commerce 
  • ENGINEERING
  • Agricultural Machinery
  • Electrical Installation
  • Mechanical Fitting and Metal Machining
  • Motor Vehicle Repair
  • Welding
  • SCIENCE
  • Ordinary Diploma In 
    Science

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