College Profile: Wichita Technical Institute - Topeka
Since 1954, Wichita Technical Institute has offered hands-on training designed to put students to work in specialized industries. Guided by the insights of local business advisory board members, we track current and future job trends, tailoring our programs to meet market needs. Among our programs are Integrated Electronics Technology, Computer Electronics and Networking Technology, Medical Assistant, Medical Billing and Coding and Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology.
WTI graduates begin their job searches with assistance from our placement professionals, who provide referrals based on area job openings and skill needs. WTI graduates land Integrated Electronics Technology careers in industries such as Avionics, Communicator/Broadcasting, Communication Electronics, Biomedical Technology, and Industrial Electronics. The Networking Technology graduates can work in Network Administration and Computer Technology. Our Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration graduates find careers in Industrial, Residential and Commercial repair and installation. Medical Assistant graduates are eligible for work in the medical front offices, back office support, patient care, and many other areas in the medical community. WTI offers a Medical Insurance Billing and Coding Specialist program which allows graduates to become proficient in this field.
Wichita Technical Institute, WTI Topeka, WTI Joplin, & WTI Tulsa are accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). Also, the State Boards of Regents approve W.T.I. courses. W.T.I. is licensed by the States of Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma, and approved for veteran training.
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