Our History

African Advanced Level Telecommunications Institute (AFRALTI) is an Inter-Governmental Institute established in 1991 to supplement and spearhead ICT development efforts mainly in English-speaking Africa. Currently the member States that have ratified the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) include Lesotho, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Kingdom of Eswatini, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe, out of the 23 eligible members.

AFRALTI has an African footprint in the continent. The Institute has over the years expanded its tentacles and participants come from most African countries. AFRALTI trains in English speaking African countries through various collaborations. In the French speaking African countries, AFRALTI partners with Ecolé Supérieure Multinationale des Télécommunications (ESMT), a Centre of Excellence (CoE) partner in Dakar, Senegal. In the West African region, our collaboration with Ghana Telecommunication University College (GTUC) enables AFRALTI to reach the countries in that region and through The Institute’s active member States in the Southern and Eastern Africa. The liaisons with all these partnerships enable the Institute to reach out to Africa.

AFRALTI Governing Council

The Governing Council (GC) is composed of a representative from each Member State. The Chair is on a rotational basis amongst the member States.

Our Vision

“To be a leading and self-sustaining Centre of Excellence for ICT capacity building in Africa”.

Our Mission

“To provide quality training, consultancy and advisory services to the ICT Sector in Africa”.

Our Core Values

i) Good Corporate Governance
ii) Professionalism
iii) Teamwork
iv) Quality and Excellence
v) Equal opportunities
vi) Creativity and innovation.

AFRALTI’s Track Record

On average, the Institute serves sixteen (16) countries in a year, from an average of 50 organizations. In the last five years alone, Institute has trained over 4,500 participants from the region.

AFRALTI Partners and Associates

  • Governments of Member States
  • CISCO (USA)- Networking Technologies
  • Commonwealth Telecommunications Organization (CTO)
  • International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
  • Huawei Technologies Company Ltd.
  • East Africa Communications Organization (EACO)
  • Uganda Institute of Communications Technology (UICT)
  • TMCEL (Mozambique)
  • United Kingdom Telecommunications Academy (UKTA)
  • Gambia Telecommunications and Multimedia Institute (GTMI)
  • Fiber Optic Association, Inc. (FOA)
  • Pearson VUE
  • EC-Council

 

AFRALTI Clientele includes:

  • Individuals participants (For certification programmes)
  • Non‐Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
  • Financial Service Sector
  • Internet Service Providers (ISPs)
  • ICT operators
  • ICT regulators
  • Information & Telecommunications Ministries

Training Areas

The Institute offers training in the following areas:

Telecommunication Engineering

  • Spectrum Engineering and Management
  • Next Generation Networks
  • ISDN and Broadband Networks
  • VoIP Networks
  • Wireless Technologies (2G, 3G, LTE, WiMAX, CDMA, WiFi)
  • Optical Fibre Communication
  • Transmission Systems
  • Radio Communication
  • Satellite Communication

 

Information Technology

  • Cisco Certification: CCNA, CCNP
  • Quality Management and Systems Audit
  • Information Systems Auditing
  • IPV6
  • Linux Administration
  • Network Security
  • IP Networks
  • Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)
  • Cyber Security
  • Oracle
  • Huawei

 

Management Training 

  • Billing Systems and Management
  • Costing and Tariffs (COSITU ITU Model)
  • Feasibility Studies and Market Analysis
  • Fraud and Revenue Assurance
  • Interconnection Negotiations and Management
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Telecoms Policy and Regulations
  • Strategic Planning for Telecommunications Development
  • Telecommunication Standards and QoS testing

Other Services

AFRALTI has facilities for conferencing and accommodation (Guest House) that are made available for use by clients who may not necessary come for the ICT training. We offer competitive rates to groups or participants who use these facilities. These facilities are intended to offer convenient and affordable accommodation facilities to our course participants from other member states within the confines of the Institute.

Clients who have used the facilities include NGOs, corporates, Government agencies and institutions and the following: Communications Commission of Kenya, Safaricom Limited, US Peace Corps, FAO, UNICEF, ILO, IEBC, ICRC, The German Foundation, Nairobi Women’s Hospital, KENIC, Equity Bank Ltd, Barclays Bank Ltd., University of Nairobi among many others.