INA and Intel sign the first agreement to support a dual training program

The National Training Institute (INA) and Intel have signed a first cooperation agreement aimed at strengthening the dual training program.

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The signing of this agreement, which will be valid for four years and is supported by the Chamber of Industries of Costa Rica, will allow the development of the INA Industrial Maintenance Program and provide the opportunity for the students of this institution to, at the end of their training, be able to carry out, among other things, predictive, preventive and corrective maintenance.

“For an organization, it is critical to have strategic allies for the drive that dual training requires, which is why we are pleased to have Intel. Through this agreement, we invite more companies to join, to promote this method of teaching as a tool that allows for increased employment rates and thus the well-being of society” ; Andres Romero, CEO of the institute explained.

For this first agreement, the program will include 12 students, who, during the practical modules that will take place at Intel’s facilities in Costa Rica, will receive guidance from industry professionals, who will allow them to develop high-quality learning processes that facilitate a comprehensive process. Training and appropriate transition into the world of work.

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The program will be taught at the INA Cartago Training Center and at the Intel Costa Rica facilities in San Antonio de Belen and consists of a series of modules, including English, computer applications, mechanical transmission, electrical circuits and pumping equipment, among others.

The INA awards students with a scholarship and benefits during program development to attend aspects such as: transportation, food, clothing, and additional economic or technical assistance. For its part, Intel will make a monthly contribution to the INA Institute Scholarship Fund.

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