TTI is governed by the Free Wesleyan Church of Tonga. So all the FWC policies and regulations are to be followed and respected by all students and staffs of this institution. The Disciplinary Committee which consists of the Chaplain, Deans and Programme Managers is responsible for any decisions regarding disciplinary issues and penalties. Decisions to expel students must be endorsed by the Director.
Students are required to practice ethical and acceptable behaviour while they are at TTI.

Drugs & Alcohol
Drugs and alcohol are strictly prohibited to be used or consumed at anytime, other than for medical purposes, at any place by any registered student. Any practice, use or consumption of any of the above will be expelled from all level of study in this institution for a semester, or according to the judgement of the Disciplinary Committee. Depending on the assessment of the disciplinary committee.

Sexual Behaviour
Any student involved is any unacceptable sexual behaviour will face disciplinary actions which can result is direct expulsion.

TTI is a NO SMOKING ZONE. School Premises refers to — Classrooms, bathrooms, computer labs and school compound are all strictly NO SMOKING AREAS. Any student who is caught practicing this offence will be fined $10.00.

Harassment is verbal or physical conduct that denigrates or shows hostility or aversion toward an individual because of that person's race, skin colour, religion, gender, national origin, age, or disability. Harassment can also occur if conduct is directed toward a person's relatives, friends, or associates. Harassment does one or more of the following:

  • has the purpose or effect of creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment
  • has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual's work performance
  • otherwise adversely affects an individual's employment opportunities

Sexual Harassment: Sexual harassment occurs when one employee makes continued, unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favours, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature, to another student or person, against his or her wishes. Sexual harassment occurs when submission to or rejection of this conduct explicitly or implicitly affects an individual's employment, unreasonably interferes with an individual's work performance or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment

Mobile Phone, IPOD & other audio devices
Mobile Telephone users must switch off their telephones before entering the classrooms or the computer labs. If any of the students is caught using any of the above during class, i-pod, mp3 and mobile phone or the like will be immediately removed and kept in the office. Students may retrieve their belongings upon payment of $10.

Morning Assembly
It is compulsory for all students to attend the Monday, Wednesday & Friday morning Assemblies at 8.30am. Roll call will be taken and important announcement for the whole week will be given. Students are encouraged to take part in conducting morning devotion but they must inform the Chaplain a week ahead. More than 3 absentees from morning assemblies per Semester will be fined $10.

Professional Talk
It is required for all students to attend the Professional Talk sessions. Professionals from the Public Sector, Private Sector and the community at large are invited to give students insight into the real world. This is an important programme and more than 3 absentees will be fined $10

All students will be allocated weekly duties at some stage by the President of the TTISA or the TTI Chaplain. All students are expected to cooperate and contribute to the overall cleanliness and beautification of the Institute.

School Uniforms
It is compulsory for all students to wear the complete required school uniform at all times during school hours. Female students must wear their “kiekie” and their school uniform in school and on their way home. The same applies to male students. Incomplete school uniform during school hours, may result in sending home by any of the TTI staff. Male students must have an appropriate haircut and clean-cut beard.

Students are not allowed to wear jewelry with their school uniform. Wearing of jewelry is allowed during mufti days, otherwise they may be removed and will be returned upon payment of a $5 fine.