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Huawei opened registration in Santa Fe for its “Talents Tic”competition , an initiative that provides the opportunity for students with information technology and communication knowledge from all over the country to expand its training in new technologies through international examinations and certifications .
The competition is supported by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Modernization of La Nación and invites undergraduate and postgraduate students to participate in various apprenticeship and evaluation bodies that will culminate in a variety of apprenticeship and evaluation bodies. Regional Final in Panama and a Global Final in China .
Registration may be made until January 31 through the website of the program www.huaweiacad.com, Latin America section. The exam stages will be four: Preliminary and Semifinal Phase , which will take place in Argentina between February and March, and the defining phases, in Panama and China, which will be between April and May. The latter will be able to attend those who stand out in the country and in Latin America .
The company will provide material for training and certifications free of charge and are given smartphones to the best students, who will also be considered as a priority in company job searches. Access to the educational platform will also allow the exchange of information between students, teachers and educational entities from different parts of the world.
The competition is part of Huawei 's commitment to social responsibility , which aims to positively impact all communities and close gaps through technology.
In addition, the company will carry out in 2020, for the fourth consecutive year, its “Seeds of the Future” program, which awards educational scholarships in China . Participants in the current competition who meet the Semilla requirements will have priority in the selection instance of the latter program.
Source: Punto Biz
Publication Date: 27/11/2019
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