The director of the Conalep I of Mazatlan, Cuitláhuac Rojo Robles, called the parents to register their children in the options of Conalep, from where they graduate as professionals-technicians and with experience in the productive sector because they are given a stock market of work and practice of six months. Most of the boys leave the Conalep in Sinaloa with experience and work maturity, he said.
Accompanied by its main officials, among them Luz Velia Muñoz, Octavio Loaiza and Gilberto Cantabrana, among others, Rojo Robles explained that there is a dual German system, where young people go to school little time and more to different areas of work in recognized companies so that once graduates leave with experience and maturity for the labor market.
In a press conference to publicize the new drone education program “Drones Pilotage” and boast a third place in the construction of a robot to help the astronaut in the exploration of the planet Mars, the educational officer informed that all the Young people who leave secondary school can present a test to enter the Conalep drone program, in mid-May.
He said that the faculty in Conalep is the best with masters and doctorates in many cases that have given good quality to educational programs and have given results in various competitions and events where young people have participated in Conalep, as in robotics and now with a new drone program degree that is being promoted “Drones Pilotage”.
Robles Robles abounded in this drone degree program said that drones have ceased to be a mere instrument of entertainment and now deals in the labor market in courier companies, in agriculture, fishing, journalism and other activities and therefore the ” Drones piloting “is a profession from which we are requesting permits and licenses from the Secretariat of Public Education and Civil Aeronautics.
He said that this drone piloting program would begin in the schools of Mazatlán, Culiacán, Los Mochis, Guasave and Guamuchil. Using drones is entering a stage of modernity, he said.
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