The goal is for students to acquire knowledge that they would have only after being hired in the job market
Oct 8, The Ministry of Education (MEC) launched, in a virtual event, this Thursday (8), Training 4.0, a program that will provide students from the Federal Network and Federal Universities with training in which, as trainees, they will solve real problems brought by the productive sector into educational institutions, with the mentoring of teachers selected to participate in the process. The program is the result of a partnership between MEC and the Brazilian Industrial Research and Innovation Company (Embrapii) and the National Service for Industrial Learning (Senai).
The Minister of Education, Milton Ribeiro highlighted-
Our era is marked by intense changes generated by the insertion of technology in all contexts of our life. This occurs in industry and the economy. In education, too, it is no different. That is why, more and more, the Ministry of Education has been mobilizing to seek and offer answers to this new social reality, to cover a new perspective of education, education for the 4.0 world