Praia, Jul 23 (Inforpress) – The Center for Renewable Energies and Industrial Maintenance (CERMI) adopted the e-learning model to complement theoretical training, said on Wednesday the chairman of the board of directors, Luís Teixeira, to Inforpress.
According to this official, taking into account the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, CERMI, which had planned to carry out 17 training actions, had to reformulate the program, thus gradually resuming professional training courses.
“We started last month with about five classes and we are going to do a second phase with five additional. We are doing this in a phased manner because before COVID-19 we had 17 training courses, with around 340 trainees, but with the new health rules we had to multiply the classes”, he explained.
According to Luís Teixeira, CERMI also plans to resume, on August 3, gradually, five additional classes involving 94 trainees, noting that those classes including trainees from other islands will be the last to be resumed using ‘online’ tools and regular classroom sessions.
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