This year marks the MIC’s 40th anniversary as an established, training institute producing skilled and industry-ready workers. We have become a strongly-positioned organisation for national skills training and development as a whole.

Our institution plays a pivotal role as a catalyst for developing new technologies and innovation that drives national competitiveness in the industrial sector in Trinidad and Tobago. It is through our quality training, innovation, manufacturing and engineering that we endeavour to close the skills gaps.

Our use of cutting-edge German technology and German-trained instructors guarantees that upon graduation, our students can competently represent MIC Institute of Technology, and by extension Trinidad and Tobago, in any organisation, in any part of the world.

Potential employers are encouraged by the fact that our students gain practical experience by working on-site. Just remember, an MIC qualification can certainly get you in any organisation, but it is your attitude that keeps you there. Employers have high expectations of MIC graduates, and they look for well-rounded, punctual, trustworthy and respectful team players with the right work ethic…and this is all part of the MIC training.

All MIC Institute of Technology programmes are created to prepare students for the world of work through the ‘Work and Learn’ model learning, which gives them the advantage of real, on-site job experience.  

CNC Training


RARU (The Registration, Admission and Records Unit)

RARU was integrated in October 2008. Its primary functions include the collection, (i) storage and retrieval of trainees’ data; (ii) the preparation of status reports and attendance, attrition, retention and progress of trainees; (iii) communication with stakeholders on programme cycles; (iv) preparation of official transcripts and certificates; (v) informing internal and external customers on requirements for admission and graduation within programmes and (vi) processing re-sit candidates for final examinations.

Curriculums Unit

The Unit is responsible for Curriculum development and upgrading for the HYPE, NSDP, Master Craftsman, and TVITTU programmes and any other programmes under the purview of MIC.

Examination Unit:

MIC is predominantly a training Institute, it’s of great significance there exist an Examination Unit, which was established   in 1998. The role of the Examination Unit is to design, develop and deliver the examinations and manage the marking process to ensure transparency, consistency, reliability and accuracy of results and information.  The Examination Unit is working together with its international partner; we need to establish the examinations in MIC. The Examination Unit is responsible for:

  • Development and administration of summative examination
  • Establish examination committee for every discipline
  • Construction of examination questions
  • Evaluating of trainees’ performance
  • Develop a result spreadsheet.
  • Advising on awards of certificate
  • Research and development of methodologies for evaluation process and control.
  • Forward results to the RARU

Placement Unit

This Unit is responsible for the industrial placement for training, of trainees participating in the HYPE, NEC Craft and NSDP Programmes.


Guidance and Counseling Unit

This Unit is responsible for Guidance and Counseling of trainees from all programmes offered by MIC as well as the provision of life-skills training. As such Officers in this Unit interface with trainees at their respective centres where they can be easily accessed when necessary.


  • Full-Time Programmes
  • Customized and Evening Programmes
  • Training Consultancy
  • Job Placement


  • Journeyman Programme
  • Master Craftsman
  • Engineers in Training
  • HYPE (Helping You Prepare for Employment) Programme
  • SENSE (Schools Excelling in National Skills Education) Programme
  • Industrial Craft Programmes of John DonaldsonTechnical Institute, San Fernando Technical Institute and Government Vocational Center (GVC)
  • Multi-Sector Skills Training Programme


  • CWI (Certified Welding Inspector) Programme
  • Industrial Maintenance
  • Electronics
  • Machining
  • PLC Programming
  • Welding  & Welding Metallurgy
  • Pneumatic and Hydraulics
  • Non Destructive Testing
  • Train-The-Trainer
  • Supervisory Management
  • Instrumentation
  • Blue Print Reading


  • Training Needs Analysis
  • Course Material Preparation
  • Program Co-ordination
  • Syllabus and Curriculum Development


Application and Registration forms (Adobe PDF format)