Wichita Technical Institute

WTI is a career training school in the Midwest..

We've been producing top graduates for more than 50 years!
WTI's success and longevity is due to its commitment in providing its students with the latest information and technology. It does so by continually upgrading its curriculum, lab instruction and instrumentation, and by collaborating with professionals to keep apprised of industry developments.

WTI offers:
•    Integrated Electronics Technology
•    Computer Technology and Network Administration
•    Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology
•    Medical Assistant
•    Medical Insurance Billing and Coding
•    Pharmacy Technician

Computer Technology & Network Administration Technicians utilize their technical and mechanical skills to perform tasks associated with installing, upgrading and maintaining computer network systems in a LAN/WAN environment.
Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technicians will understand electrical theory and refrigeration cycle principles as it applies to installing and troubleshooting basic problems.  This course is taught using a combination of theory and practical applications in a lab environment.
Medical Assistants are multi-skilled professionals who assist in all aspects of medical practice under the direct supervision of a licensed physician. Medical Assistants assist with patient care management, execute administrative and clinical procedures in order to function as a member of a health care team.

Why choose WTI?

Students have the opportunity to challenge nationally recognized certifications in their specific fields of interest.

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit our website at, https://www.wti.edu/disclosures/

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Tiffany Southern

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I loved the instructors. HOWEVER the cost to be a MEDICAL ASSISTANT is wayyyy over priced! I ended up 25,000 dollars in debt and I get paid crap! 10-13 dollars an hour and that is the highest you get paid. Im outraged because I'm trying to go back to receive my RN degree and I cant get any Financial Aid because I took out the max to go to WTI in Wichita KS. I'm so upset because that's almost as much as it would of cost me to get my RN. I'm so in a lost for words. They should NOT be able to rip people off like this.!!! posted Aug 9th, 2018 7:19 am



This is a complete waste of money, effort and time. I graduated in 2005 with a degree in electronics. Before you finish the course some of the certifications will have already expired. The teachers basically go over the test the day before and provide you with the answers that you will need to pass. I am left owing a ton of money for student loans for something I feel was a complete joke. posted Feb 15th, 2017 12:27 pm



The worst school ever. Tulsa campus. Hvac. They can't keep a teacher, I'm in my 4th phase and have already had 8 teachers. They lie to you when yo sign up saying that it mostly hands on in the lab and I've spent 90% of my time in the class room doing power points and reading out of the book. They guarantee you a job after graduation making more money than than someone just going into the field which is false. I would not recommend this school to anyone. posted Jan 31st, 2017 6:53 pm


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Agreed with above. I graduated in 2007 and have nothing to show for it. All the jobs I have had I was working with straight out of high school people. It cost me 25,000 for 96 worthless credit hours that no one will accept. Mind you this is the electronics technology course. Completely worthless waste of time that has me working at Wal-Mart while I go to real college. Dont waste your time and money with this worthless school. posted Jul 20th, 2014 7:49 pm


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Beware. Nobody will hire you with the degrees in IT related courses. Unless you want to work at a local computer shop making $10/hr I would not go to this terrible school. The teachers were terrible. They basically just taught you how to cheat on the test (Especially Ken Gulick. What a Joke!). Stay away from here. Be smart like going to a 2 or 4 year actual accredited college. WTI claims they are accredited but if you decide later to go to a 4 year (when you realize that everybody wants a bachelors and could care less about your WTI diploma) nothing will transfer. No credit will be given to you. WTI is basically a waste of a year and a half of your life. When you graduate from WTI you will have learned next to nothing compared to what you need to know in the real world. Expensive, no gain, and most companies refuse to hire WTI grads. So unless you want to work at a small computer shop or spend the $18000 to learn how to fix your own computer, DO NOT GO HERE! posted Jun 19th, 2013 6:59 pm

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