Professional Technical Education in Panama
Since its creation in 2006, the INADEH has capacitated 439,878 people in a variety of disciplines.
Friday, June 26, 2009
The National Institute of Professional Formation and Education for Human Development (INADEH acronym in Spanish) began in 2006 as a new iteration of its predecessor, the National Institute for Professional Education. Just months before the referendum on the expansion of the Panama Canal, an increase in demand for qualified personnel became apparent.
The company Norberto Odebrecht and the National Institute of Vocational Training for Human Development (Inadeh) have signed an agreement for cooperation and training.
Consortium "Grupo Unidos por el Canal" will begin building the locks at the Atlantic side of the Panama Canal on January.
The private sector claims that it is not enough to invest $10 million in the construction of a technical school if the academic programs are not developed considering the staffing needs of the productive sectors.
Developed by INADEH, the program seeks to train 600 Heavy Machine Operators in 270 hour courses.
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