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Branches
ATVI Kabul:
ATVI began operations in April 2007 with 1.8 million USD investment in private funding.   more...
Laghman Branch:
First class completed its 4 semester program in March 2008, 453 graduates, 68 girls and 385 boys.  more...
Helmand Branch:
In 2011 the new campus of ATVI started in Helmand for providing more educational facilities.   more...
 

Inauguration ceremony celebrates afghanistan’s first post-war vocational school

ATVI is the first post-war vocational school in Afghanistan and since its inception in 2006, it has grown into the largest vocational school in Afghanistan.

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Graduation Ceremony and Career Fair

These fields of study are based on the needs of the local job market and are essential to fill the shortage of skills necessary to build a strong economic infrastructure in Afghanistan

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USAID Tours (ATVI) in support of $3M Grant Awarded for its Expansion

"We intend to continue our growth through diversifying our teachers' training packages and establishing programs of basic and advanced skills development throughout the country,"

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Groundbreaking of New Campus

"The goal of ATVI is that it will eventually become self-sustaining; supported financially by the labor of ATVI students and outplacement of skilled students to the companies that need them,

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Inauguration ceremony celebrates afghanistan’s first post-war vocational school

ATVI is the first post-war vocational school in Afghanistan and since its inception in 2006, it has grown into the largest vocational school in Afghanistan.

more...

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History of the Institute

Aiming at developing the post war economy of Afghanistan, ATVI began operations in April 2007 with 1.8 million USD investment in private funding and a donation of land by MoE. ATVI is managed entirely by Afghan citizens. The first class completed its 4 semester program in March 2008 with 453 graduates, 68 girls and 385 boys. The second class graduated in May 2009 with 797 graduates of whom, 188 were girls. The class of 2009-2011 enrolled 1300 students, with 600 in the new satellite campus of ATVI East located in Laghman.