Ternium and the Regional Atlantic SENA (National Learning Service) have worked together since 2018 in the training and education of personnel from our TRC Plamar de Varela.
With the objective of procuring jobs, ending the 2021 work plan, planning projects for 2022, and creating accords with Ternium, Jacqueline Rojas, Regional Atlantic SENA Director along the Corporate Relations and Employment Public Agency visited the TRC Palmar de Varela on October 26th.
“The making of a workgroup along with Ternium is necessary to continue developing fitting education, innovation, research, and employability for the residents from this community”, Jacqueline Rojas, Regional Atlantic SENA Director, said.
Through the tour in which Martin Ceballos AMI Human Resources Director, Eduardo Gutierrez Operations Director participated together with the SENA team, they pointed out the processes from the new industrial building and the benefits it provides for the community in terms of jobs creation and economic, social and educational growth the community of Palmar de Varela.
“It is positive for Ternium this kind of visits and encounters. Because even though there is progress with educational training, it is always good to know the facilities and be able to see at first-hand everything that we do. It is not very common for people to have access to a steel working factory due to safety measures, but partnerships are made to create closeness and that is what we are doing with SENA in the Atlantic”, Martin Ceballos, AMI Human Resources Director said.
Within the arrangements highlighted in the meeting, it is considered an assessment of an area to create a training center for enlistment and preparation for future students in the influenced territory, where the industrial center is located. Besides that, a syllabus will be made in accordance with the necessities of Ternium processes, which correspond to mechanics, automation, electricity, electromechanical, and winches handling education.
“This is a project that has been built with methodology and with a committed work team from Atlantic SENA and Ternium; the acceptance by the community has been very positive. Therefore, cycle results have been satisfactory, we hope to continue working by the hand of Sena and the community to establish new training and preparation areas that contribute to the economical and social growth of Palmar de Varela”, Human Talent Analyst, Claudia Stella Garcia said.
With this industrial building, Ternium contributes to the growth of the region and to the strengthening of national industry. With an investment of over 270 billion pesos, it makes it the most important long steel producer in the country.