MSTC Abuja, Administrative Building.

Model Skills Training Centre, Abuja


The Model Skills Training Centre (MSTC), Abuja was established by the Industrial Training Fund as a Post-Secondary Technical Institution on 25th August , 2009. It was Commissioned on 7th October , 2011 by His Excellency, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan GCFR, President and Commander-In-Chief, Federal Republic of Nigeria. The first batch of trainees were admitted in 2011.


The objectives for establishing the Model Skills Training Centre,Abuja are to:-

Produce much needed Technicians for the nation's economy.

Create oppurtunities for young School leavers and adults to acquire employable skills.

Stimulate inclusive economic growth by empowering the youths to be gainfully employed.

Evaluate and certify Apprentices and graduates of Vocational Training Centre in Collaboration with relevant Organizations.

Provide Technical and Vocational Services to industries.


The Centre run a two (2) year skills training course in collaboration with Institute of Technical Education,Educational Services (ITEES) of Singapore,leading to the award of National Institute of Technical Education Certificate (NITEC).

Certificate are issued to the graduates on successful completion of the following course which were licensed by the Institute:

Facility Maintenance Technology

Information and Communication Technology

Electronics and Computer Networking

Mechatronics (Automation / Autotronics)

Culinary Skills.





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