The demand for professionals specialized in the sanitation sector is growing, said Ana María Vergara, Supervision Manager of the National Superintendence of Services and Sanitation (Sunass).
Vergara pointed out that "there is a gap to be covered in the field of sanitation" because the expertise is not so wide, that is, there are not many professional experts on these issues.
In this line of shortening of the gaps, each year Sunass develops a University Extension Course (CEU) in Regulation of Sanitation Services, aimed at students of the last cycles and graduates of Economy, Law, Biology, Chemistry and Engineering.
Registration for the 2018 course expires on Friday, November 16, and is only made through the Sunass website. On this occasion 36 places are offered to Lima and provinces and the entrance examination will be on Sunday, November 25th.
The first positions will have the facility to access practices within the regulatory body. It should be noted that the CEU does not involve any cost to the participants because Sunass assumes the expenses of food and medical insurance for the students. In the case of students from the provinces, the expenses of transfers, stay and daily expenses are financed.
/ LQ / Andina /