College Vision

 The Theotechnic College envisions a competent preacher/Church planter developed and equipped with vocational skills for self-support.

College Mission

Theotechnic College (TtC) exists to exalt the Lord Jesus Christ and expand His Church by equipping and motivating believers to transform Zimbabwe/African through evangelism, discipleship, and meeting human needs. TtC contributes to the great commission in the course of producing Christians in whole, preachers in general and Church planters in particular, (Matthew 28:19-20; 2 Timothy 2:2).  The Theotechnic College nurtures its students in a spiritual, social, and academic setting that enables them to deepen their relationship with God, from a Christian worldview, and develop their gifts in order to serve Christ and His Church.

Scope

Theotechnic College is a private higher education institution dedicated to quality academic endeavors in teaching and making disciples, to supportive programming for student needs and development, and to effective social and economic initiatives in community development.  TtC enrolls students across denominations throughout Zimbabwe and the world and actively promotes the intellectual and social benefits of cultural pluralism united and rooted in God’s Bible truth.  It exists to train students for specialized Christian ministries with a heart on evangelism and church planting. TtC seeks to meet Biblical, educational, vocational, social, and personal needs of its diverse population of students and help them fully realize their potential.

Birthday

On the 1st of July 2009, The Theotechnic College (TtC) was established to begin the training of church planters in Zimbabwe.  This institute operates as an arm of Africa Church-planting & Training In Vocational Education (ACTIVE Ministry).  ACTIVE Ministry is committed to establishing New Testament Churches throughout Zimbabwe and Africa.  Currently, TtC has an enrollment of 23 students on hold pending the completion of the registration and accreditation process with the Ministry of Higher Education in Zimbabwe. TtC operated from rented facilities and offered its learning program on a semi-annual learning program comprised of six weeks in-class requirement followed by up to four months of outside of classroom work. Students attend lectures for six weeks and then submit their assignments online.  The “semester” officially ran from June to December each year until such time when TtC is fully established and has its own facilities.

The Establishment process

As of 2011 TtC has suspended classes in order to pursue the registration and accreditation requirements of the ministry of Higher Education. Through ACTIVE Ministry, the college has now obtained a piece of land in the Ngarwe rural area of Mudzi district in the Mashonaland East province of Zimbabwe. The construction of premises is in progress. 

2009-2010 Students

 

Theotechnic College Architectural Renderings

Skills Training

Welding, among skills taught at TtC

 

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