Among the companies that have had greater participation in trainings are BRP Mexico, Steeringmex and Rio Bravo Electricos
The High Technology Training Center of Ciudad Juarez graduated a new generation of technical training programs and special projects, getting thus the educational leadership to comply with the talent demand from the different productive sectors of greater vocation in the State.
The graduates from the December 2017 generation was composed by 1,203 students that received the technical instruction in conventional machining, CNC machining, plastic injection molding, electro-mechanics, computers, management assistant and special projects.
Among the companies and institutions that have had greater participation sending its collaborators to be trained at CENALTEC are in the Fundacion Comunitaria de la Frontera Norte A.C., Continental Guadalajara, the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, the Universidad Tecnologica de Ciudad Juarez, the Fundacion del Empresariado Chihuahuense A. C., Rio Bravo Electricos, Steeringmex, Timms de Mexico, Confecciones de Juarez, la Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez, Grupo Maquirental de Juarez and BRP Mexico.
After more than 18 years of existence, the High Technology Training Center has graduated more than 47,000 students in different modalities as regular courses, extension courses, specific accelerated training courses and official recognition tests of occupational competence.
“This new cycle will allow graduates start a labor life with a high level of competences and skills. Thus, we will be delivering to the industry more than 8,300 people that have fulfilled a training program in CENALTEC. This way we promote an innovation and competitive culture in the State,” said Enrique Lujan, general director of the Technological Development Support Institute.