The ACBC/TRITA relationship is an exciting partnership between an inter-governmental organization (IOMUN) and a state-of-the art regional training institution, where the two entities frequently deliver joint training and workshops. TRITA is tasked by the East African Community (EAC) Heads of Immigration Services with coordinating and providing specific training courses for immigration officials from the five EAC countries: Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi.
TRITA and the ACBC work in close partnership; TRITA facilities are often used as a venue for training courses delivered by the ACBC for EAC, as well as other African States.
The ACBC/TRITA facilities include a large conference hall equipped with translation facilities, three training rooms, two computer labs, one language training lab, a library (complete with a computerized library management system), as well as a fully equipped passport examination lab with a dedicated training room.
The ACBC/TRITA classrooms are air-conditioned, equipped with a 24/7 high-speed internet access, portable and fixed electronic smart boards, and LCD projectors, ensuring adequate technological support for the conferences, workshops and training courses. On-site student dormitories are available to support residential courses.
The ACBC/TRITA facilities have undergone an extensive renovation which will was completed in March 2013. This comprehensive and timely upgrade has not only helped improve the learning environment by expanding classroom space, but also increased the accommodation capacity for the residential training courses to be held at TRITA.
The ACBC/TRITA is a 45-minute drive from the Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) with direct flights to Ethiopia (Addis Ababa), Kenya (Mombasa, Nairobi), Rwanda (Kigali), Tanzania (Arusha, Mwanza, Dar-Es-Salaam), the Netherlands (Amsterdam), and Uganda (Entebbe), Turkey (Istanbul), and Qatar (Doha).