The World Training Institute
identifies and promotes the most effective and efficient technology world wide.
Founded in 1995 as a 501, c-3, not for profit organization by Joseph Sullivan,
Chairman of the Board of Directors for the World Training Institute. The late Mr. Sullivan was also for
many years a Security Consultant, Special Agent and Major Case Inspector for
the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The World Training Institute was accredited by the State Accounting Board of New York and the State Accounting Board of New Jersey to provide low-cost Continuing Professional Education programs to auditors and accountants in other not for profit organizations.
The World Training Institute remains independent from sponsors and funds its work through its programs. As a result of our efforts, we provide affordable training and products as well as objective consultation for other non-profit organizations. In collaboration with Multitech, Inc., a telecommunications engineering firm located in the galleria, on 57th Street in mid-town Manhattan, the World Training Institute began serving the not for profit community in 1995.
Multitech, featuring world-class engineers in telecommunications and fiber optics technology, was one of the first firms dedicated to transforming the Manhattan business infrastructure by installing 100% fiber-optic cable for intranet, and later, internet use. Mike Maloney, a Multitech founder, was instrumental in converting the New York Daily News organization to its current state of the art telecommunications network. In the galleria, the daily business of implementing cutting-edge digital technology brought together world-class experts with skills ranging from forensic auditing to secured telecommunications.
Multitech: 36-seat video-conferencing studio - 11th Floor of the galleria
The subject-matter experts in the World Training Institute complemented the work of Multitech and regularly exchanged consulting services and expertise.
Joseph Milano, a pioneer in satellite farms and videoconferencing, confers with a member of the Multitech team.
After the untimely deaths of several key members in both organizations, the World Training Institute was compelled to reorganize its Board of Directors, while adding to its team of trainers and consultants. For more information: Contact