Lootah Technical Centre

The Technical Institute was established in 1990 to support the vision of the Islamic School for Training & Education. Students, both male and female, have an opportunity to obtain practical training and application in different sections of the institute complementing the academic curriculum of the school. At the Technical Institute, the students are enabled to acquire academic and vocational training; new skills that help develop their abilities and discover their professional aptitudes.

The Technical Institute organizes vocational courses with a view to provide professional training and skills in different areas of specialization available in the institute such as engineering, electronics, IT, fiberglass, electrical and refrigeration, photography and audio video production among others. The training period ranges from three months to nine months and can be extended if the need arises. After completion of the course the trainee gets a certificate duly authenticated by the Ministry of Education that enables the trainee to get employment either in public or private sector.

A new modern facility equipped with the latest educational technologies and tools houses the Technical Institute’s expansion and progress into a full fledged vocational training center. Moreover, training on new and emerging technologies with relevance to the United Arab Emirates market are being introduced regularly such as Solar Power.

Vocational Training in the following areas:
  • Engineering
  • Electronics
  • Fiberglass
  • Electrical and Refrigeration
  • Lathe work
  • Audio-video
  • Photography

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Who we are?

  • Established in Dubai in 1956
  • First contracting company in UAE
  • First medical College in UAE
  • First Islamic bank in the world

Contact Us

  • P.O Box: 41033, Dubai - United Arab Emirates

  • Phone: (+971) 4 2099 100

  • Phone: (+971) 4 2125 000

  • Email: info@sslootah.com

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