El Salvador: $ 5.5 Million Training Center

By 2012 the facilities for the International Academy for Law Enforcement will be ready.

Monday, November 22, 2010

At the new facility, located in the municipality of Antiguo Cuscatlan, police, judges and prosecutors from 30 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean will be trained.

"The project is implemented in three stages, administrative offices, classrooms, dormitories for staff and a multipurpose room. It will also feature a gym and a forensic laboratory for students to make their practice," says the article in Elsalvador.com.

Currently they are working on the first phase of the project.

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Costa Rica: Training Center for $9 million

September 2015

The government has announced plans to build a 7 thousand square meter new site in Cartago for the National Learning Institute.

This new site will be located in downtown Cartago, and will have an infrastructure of 7,000 square meters with an administrative building for the Regional Office two language laboratories, eight electromechanical laboratories, four computer laboratories, eight multipurpose classrooms with modern and innovative technology, and food and nutrition laboratories. These facilities are projected to receive 750 students every day at different times.

Aviation Training Center in El Salvador

November 2012

$6 million is to be invested in the specialized training of air traffic controllers, aeronautical meteorologists, aviation mechanics and inspectors.

The project by the American Institute of Aeronautics Training (ICCAE), an arm of the Corporation for Air Navigation Services (Cocesna), is part of the project headed by aeronautical cluster support program that the United States provides to El

Panama Training Center Tender for $ 7.5 million

April 2011

The second of its kind to be tendered in Panama, the training centre is designed to train technical personnel in various disciplines.

Like the previous centre put out for tender, this centre aims to meet the need for trained staff required by multinationals operating in the Panama Pacific Special Economic Area.

Panama Invites Bids for $4.9 Million Training Facility

July 2010

The project is to provide food processing training facilities.

The facilities, which will be in the centers of Lajas and Guararé, are for the processing of fruit, vegetables and dairy products.

Also out to tender is the purchase of seven agro-industry mobile class rooms with teaching equipment for training in the processing of fruit, vegetables, dairy products, meat, fish, sea food and breads.

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