233 Mill Street Waterbury, CT
203-753-7910

About Us


Marcel Veronneau, CEO and Founder

History

The Industrial Management & Training Institute is a coeducational technical institute founded in 1985 as Electrical Educators. In 1998 the school’s name was changed to its current name and the curriculum was expanded to offer full apprenticeship programs for electricians, plumbers, and HVAC mechanics. The institute was approved by the State of Connecticut Commissioner of Higher Education in 1985 and was granted its most recent five (5) year approval in February 2014. In 2002 the Institute was accredited by the National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER). The school received initial accreditation from the ACCSC in 1989 and was granted its most recent renewal of accreditation in February 2014 for a period of five (5) years. In September 2008, through accreditation with the NCCER, IMTI began offering students the ability to achieve college credits for their IMTI craft training when they enroll with PIMA College or Post University.

Philosophy

IMTI is dedicated to giving men and women the best possible training and education in technical fields that will allow them to meet the job requirements of modern industry. IMTI provides the most up to date courses available and teaches industry’s methods through intensive classroom study and practical hands-on training.

All IMTI programs are career oriented and our curriculum is an ongoing partnership between industry and education. IMTI prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, creed, age, and national origin in the admission and recruitment of students, the recruitment of faculty and staff and the operation of its programs and activities.

Statement of Mission

IMTI has a primary mission to provide up to date professional training programs that will prepare our students for gainful employment or advancement in their chosen fields of technology.

IMTI Objectives

  • To provide programs that meet the career oriented needs and interests of our students for demanding occupations.
  • To establish the importance of theoretical knowledge and practical application used in industry today and in the future.
  • To encourage our students to join and become active members in associations and organizations of their respective trade and obtain professional licensing when required.