Institucional
13 Outubro 2015

Partnership between FGV and the Argentine government trains over 150 professionals

Since 2012, the initiative has qualified and trained managers to use their abilities and knowledge to evaluate and implement actions that promote both the competitive performance of organizations and companies and the industrial, economic and social development and growth of Latin American countries.

Fundação Getulio Vargas has reached the number of 157 Argentines trained by the institution, through a partnership with the Argentine government, under the Program BEC.AR ? Becas de Formaciónenel Exterior en Ciencia y Tecnología, along with the Latin American Center for Public Policy (CLPP), from FGV?s International Affairs Division (DINT). FGV?s Institute for Educational Development (IDE) and Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (EBAPE), also participated in the graduation of the fourth class of the Innovation Management on Science and Technology course, on September 25.Since 2012, the initiative has qualified and trained managers to use their abilities and knowledge to evaluate and implement actions that promote both the competitive performance of organizations and companies and the industrial, economic and social development and growth of Latin American countries.Candidates were selected considering their distribution along the regions of the country, gender, graduation and working area ? public or private, ? allowing the optimization and multiplication of the knowledge acquired during the course. Besides academic training, the professionals selected also experience the Brazilian culture, as they stayed four months in the city of Rio de Janeiro, taking the course intensively, achieving personal development and contributing to the project of integrating the region ? one of the most important issues on the agenda of both countries. Three Brazilian students also attended this class as part of a pilot project, with aims to expand to other Latin American and Caribbean countries, further increasing the regional integration.