Aim of collaborations is to bridge capacity and technological gaps between partners. Collaboration and networking in academia assist partners in terms of sharing knowledge and resources in innovation, research and development activities. Primary areas of collaboration are:
i) sharing of resources;
ii) exchange of information;
iii)transfer of technology;
iv) dissemination of knowledge.
Collaborations, especially in engineering human resources development, are realised through physical collaboration and networking between partners.
The NACTE, A.T.C and LeedsMet collaborated in Training a Task Force which will act as an agent to develop the quality, standards and capacity of Tanzanian Tertiary Technical Institutions.
The college collaborate with VETA in evening classes’ courses for students who wish to sit for National Vocational Awards (NVA) Level 1 to 3 in Automotive Technology.
A.T.C is also collaborating with the College of Engineering and Technology (CoET) of the University of Dar es salaam (UDSM), Dar es salaam Institute of Technology (DIT), Karume Technical College (KTC) and the Mbeya University of Science and Technology (MUST). Main areas of collaboration are external examinations, research and conferences/workshops organisation.
Moreover, ATC Collaborates with Sunyani Polytechnic-Ghana in exchange of students and its staff in training, research as well as community services.