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In-Service Training Trust

The In-Service Training Trust (ISTT) is a TEVETA registered (No. A243) training institution established in 1993. ISTT provides market driven in-service training programmes to support the agricultural, environmental, eco-tourism, social, small business and industrial sectors. ISTT is full autonomous self-financing Trust registered under the Land (Perpetual Succession) Act Cap 288 of the Laws of Zambia.

The ISTT is located in Lusaka at the Natural Resources Development College, (NRDC) Campus, Chelston, 10 kilometres east of Lusaka City Centre – just off the Great East Road – and 12 kilometres South West of the Lusaka International Airport.


In-Service Training Trust (ISTT),
P.O Box 310201,
NRDC Campus, Off the Great East Road
Chelston, Lusaka.

Telephone: 01-283695

Fax: 281941

E-mail: [email protected]

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