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An educational course to improve competence of textile sector
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Apr '08
On March 27, a course of Formation in Educational Competences was held which had duration of 40 hours and was given to a group of service providers, to whom then can be hired to give training and to offer technical support to the businesses of the sector textile and of the making.

During the course, the participants learned about the theory of the learning of adults, dynamic for groups, techniques of training, troops training objectives editing, planning and organization of a training session, how to be a good instructor, elaboration of presentations, etc.

The first group of attendees was conformed by:
- Chicara Vásquez, Julio Roberto / De Clara, Nora Valeska
- De Martin Hidalgo,Leonora / De Vera Mijangos, Geraldine
- Díaz-Durán García, Jorge Alberto / Godínez López, Patricia Maribel
- Guzmán Sáenz, Nicolás de Jesús / Lpez Orizabal, Mildred Carmina
- Monge Franco, Roberto Antonio / Ovalle Quintero, Norma Constanza
- Portillo Arriola, Ligia Carolina / Solórzano Mondragón, Flor de María
- Por el Proyecto: Flores Miranda, Sonia Edith / García Arévalo, Claudia Mabel.

It's a program of: VESTEX-BID-FOMIN.

The Guatemala's Apparel & Textile Industry Commission (VESTEX because of its acronym in Spanish) is part of the Guatemalan Exporters' Association (AGEXPRONT because of its acronym in Spanish), which promotes the competitive exports growth to sustain the economic and social development of Guatemala.

VESTEX - Apparel & Textile Industry Commission

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