We don’t just give students an education and experiences that set them up for success in a career. We help them succeed in their career—to discover a field they’re passionate about and dare to lead it.
ITI is committed to providing high quality vocational technical education. To meet this challenge, the school offers high-quality methods of instruction combined with well-balanced curriculum, flexibility, and comprehensive continuing education courses to prepare students whose basic skills deficiencies due to language barrier may prevent success in the vocational job preparatory programs of their choice.
The school strives to maintain the flexibility necessary to meet the needs of a diverse population and the varying educational requirements prompted by the changes in the society it serves. The school recognizes its responsibility to assist students in achievement of their success. Our students will have the potential to become successful entry-level employees upon graduation.
ITI looks to enhance every student‘s social abilities so they are able to handle any obstacle that they face in the real world with confidence and prestige.
ITI holds the proud duty to put its students first. We established ourselves to serve the educational needs of every person that step into our classrooms, providing them with the quality education that is required to succeed in their field of choice.
We do not only seek a well instructed graduate with the sufficient knowledge to excel in the workforce of their choice but we also seek to impact each student in ways that not only improve their careers but also improve their lifestyle.
InterAmerican Technical Institute was established in November 2000 in order to provide relevant technical education and employable skills in the health related area and computer training. The Corporation, Dade County Institute of Technology, Inc., was organized in November, 2000 under the laws of the State of Florida. The school began offering classes in Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide, Electrocardiography Aide, Phlebotomy, and Computer Business Application in October 2001. In October 2009 the Patient Care Technician Program was added. In October 2012, the school was accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges ACCSC.
In 2015, the institution discontinued offering the following programs: Nursing Assistant, Phlebotomy, and Electrocardiography Aide. Currently, the school offers the following programs: Home Health Aide, Patient Care Technician and Computer Business Application