MTTI’s approach to education involves a re-creation of the workplace where hands-on skills and work maturity skills are emphasized. It is our instructors’ extensive knowledge and work experience within the industry that allows them to simulate the workplace.
In order to create an educational environment where students can gain confidence in their technical skills, MTTI employs dedicated instructors who know industry expectations.
MTTI’s instructors serve the role as supervisors as well as technical instructors. The instructors have a reality-based view of employer’s expectations and teach students the technical skills and behaviors that will best guide them to success.
MTTI’s instructors go above and beyond to help their students be successful. All MTTI instructors are required to meet the faculty requirements for education and experience as detailed in the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) accreditation standards, and by the Rhode Island Council on Postsecondary Education or the Massachusetts Division of Professional Licensure, Office of Private Occupational School Education.
Instructors participate in yearly professional development training in both teaching and industry related studies. Many of our faculty have earned the credential of Certified Higher Education Professional (CHEP). CHEP credential recognizes employees of career-oriented institutions who strive for excellence in their respective professions. The CHEP is awarded by Career Education Colleges and Universities (CECU), an international association represent ing the voice and vision of postsecondary career education.