December 19, 2019
INA Upala Vocational Training Center graduates 100 new professionals
The INA Upala Vocational Training Center graduates 100 new professionals
in the areas of computing, programming, English, administration, fruit and vegetable processing and agricultural mechanics; these new young professionals have a better presentation letter to show to the labor market.
Since its creation in April 2014, this training center seeks to change the landscape of the canton of Upala and the region in general, mainly in economic and labor aspects.
“Many of these graduates have been with us for about two years. This means that their technical training is accompanied by skills to make a difference in their professional development » says Don Freddy Zamora Vega, in charge of the Upala Vocational Training Center.
This graduation of 2019 has been dedicated to Don Luis Barrientos Camacho, Regional Director of INA Huetar Norte, in his closing career when he was eligible for his retirement. “In these 33 years of service to the INA it brought me great memories, but mainly when we said that the INA is going to be from Upala, a different canton and today, we are already seeing it.”
This 2019 graduation has been dedicated to Don Luis Barrientos Camacho, Regional Director of the INA Huetar Norte, in his professional career closing as he retired. In these 33 years of service to the INA I carry great memories, but mainly when we said that the INA will make Upala a different canton and today, we are already seeing it.
The INA implements teleworking in some of the new professionals, one more alternative both for companies and for students who graduate today and in compliance with a law of the Republic.
Upala Agrícola motivates these new professionals who improve their educational quality with an allied partner of great strategic as is the INA Vocational Training Center of Upala. Congratulations
Upala Agrícola motivates these new professionals to improve their educational quality with a highly strategic partner such as the INA Professional Training Center in Upala.