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We are conducting our training programs for the management and use of technologies that are highly demanded in the labor market.


The program was aimed at systems engineering students in their third or higher year of college who have an advanced level of english and a computer with internet access.

The very first edition using this format was held in September and focused on virtual machines and integration support. The technologies taught in the course were mainly related to Mulesoft, but also included tools such as Gitlab, Postman and others related to integration technologies. Common development practices and elements related to the life cycle of system projects were also taught.

Courses are two weeks long, 3 hours long classes per day. To participate, those interested must pass different stages of selection such as a group interview with game dynamics, a technical interview and an English evaluation.

The course included lectures given by experts in different technologies, and the students’ execution of a final systems integration simulation project, developed in teams, integrating all of the knowledge acquired with a simulation of a real job.

At the beginning of 2020, an edition of this program, in which 17 students also participated, was conducted in person and focused on JAVA programming.

The pandemic forced us to adapt this plan to the remote mode. We believe that in this context it becomes more important than ever to promote the insertion of more people in the labour market, providing them with the necessary knowledge to increase their chances of having a new job in a few days. The International Labor Organization (ILO) has indicated that young people will be the most affected work wise by this crisis.

Adrián AnacletoCEO of Epidata

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