Sina opens training courses in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics

The National Education Service (SENA) has announced the launch 1,200 places for high school students in Bogota from public and private schools Who want to access TecnoAcademia.

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This training program is a science and technology management-oriented alternative in innovation project management. Registration is open and continues until April 24.

The educational program focuses on three core areas:

Electronics and communications: Students develop solutions from design to manufacturing of robotic systems, online information processing, automation and electronic devices.

Virtual technologies: Oriented towards software development for mobile applications, e-commerce, video games, virtual reality, information systems and virtual environments.

Engineering and design: Through mechanical design, CAD/CAE systems, and 3D prototyping, students will create parts, products, and mechanisms that solve everyday problems.

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These training lines are complemented by technical publishing activities, technological research and development programs, and career guidance activities for students in the tenth and eleventh grades. Registration takes place through a process of information meetings, registration and training, providing students with a comprehensive and enriching experience..

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For further information, interested parties may contact us via email [email protected] and [email protected], or in person at the Sena headquarters located at Calle 54 #10-36 Chapinero, Tecnoparque Building on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM and 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

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