MTTI - MotoRing Technical Training Institute - Career Training School - Rhode Island and Massachusetts

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October 10, 2018 Open House at MTTI
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October 10, 2018 (4-7 pm) Open House at MTTI

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MTTI is an 2015-2016 ACCSC School of Excellence.
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MTTI Receives School of Excellence Award

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All Ten Programs at MTTI

  • The Residential And Commercial Electrician Program Is Enrolling

    MTTI student wearing hardhat and safety gloves is wiring an electrical panel.

    If you want to work with your hands while troubleshooting and solving technical problems, a career in the electrical industry may be right for you. 

    During MTTI's 7-month program, you'll learn electrical theory, safety, blueprint reading and applications of the National Electrical Code in residential settings. In the shop, you'll install electrical panels, breakers, grounding, fuses and residential and commercial wiring variations, plus install and repair switches, lights and alarms, motor controls and electrical motors.  The program includes a 120-hour internship with a trades-related company and employment assistance.

    Learn more about the program.

  • MTTI Graduates Share Success Stories with MA Officials

    Clinton Dick, Executive Director of the Office of Private Occupational School Education and Representative Steven Howitt
  • Outstanding Graduate Award

    Alyssa Linkamper, Marine Service Technician Graduate, is the 2015 Outstanding Graduate Award recipient of the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC)!

    The Outstanding Graduate Award is presented to an individual who graduated from an ACCSC-accredited institution, is making outstanding contributions to his/her profession, and exemplifies what is possible through hard work, determination, and perseverance. 

    Congratulations Alyssa! Read her story »

MTTI Graduate Success Stories

What motivated Andrew to move across the country to train for a Marine Technician career? Read more »