Triumphant College was established in 2006. Its establishment, to a great extent, derives from Namibia Vision 2030, which identifies Education, Science and Technology, as one of its driving forces in achieving the national goals. In 2006, when it started the College offered high quality support to high school students in science and math areas using computer aided learning. In 2007 the College started offering tertiary level courses in Management and Commercial fields, partnering mainly with the Association of Business Managers and Administrators (ABMA), an examination board based in the UK that awards Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma in areas of Business, Tourism, Computer Science, Human Resources and many others
In 2008 the College started offering engineering based courses collaboration with City and Guilds, a world-wide examination board also based in the UK. The fields of engineering focus were: Construction Electrical, Electronics, and Telecommunications. The courses led to Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma. The College also in this year entered an agreement with the Open University of Tanzania (OUT) to offer a variety of their degree programmes at Triumphant College and also with the London Centre of Marketing to offer Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diplomas in more wide fields. In 2009 the College opened a branch in Rundu, one of the Northern towns of Namibia. In this year, the College was accredited by the Namibia Qualification Authority (NQA). Also in this same year, the College entered an agreement with the Institute of Commercial Management (ICM) in the UK to widen the College’s course offerings. In 2010 the College opened another branch in Katima Mulilo, a major town in North Eastern Namibia. In 2011, in pursuance of excellence and superior service delivery, the College undertook a major review of its programmes, formulated the second five year strategic plan, and expanded the Bureau of Professional Training and Life Long Learning and acquired more equipment for the engineering courses.