SENAI in Rio Grande do Norte will open this Monday (19) the registration period for Deslancha, a program with free qualification courses that, in this edition, will have 850 vacancies.
Through the initiative, courses for Administrative Assistant, Storekeeper, Accounting Assistant, Human Resources Assistant, Computer Operator and Quality Control Assistant will be offered.
Registration will be available from this Monday on the website www.rn.senai.br/gratuidadeuntil one day before the start of each course – or until the total number of vacancies per class is filled.
To view the courses and apply, you must click on the “Opportunities” button, which appears at the bottom of the page, and select the municipality “Natal”.
People who have at least elementary school and who are over 16 years old can participate. Selection will be made in order of registration.
This is the second edition of Deslancha. The first was held in July last year. “When we did the first edition, in 2021, the context was ‘we’re coming out of the pandemic’. Now, the moment is different, of reaction of the economy and those looking for an opportunity need to take advantage of it”, says the director of SENAI-RN, Rodrigo Mello.
He notes that a series of indicators indicate that the economy is returning to growth and positive effects are expected on employability. “This is the time for people to be qualified, with professional knowledge and up-to-date CVs, so that, when opportunities arise, they can be better used”, emphasizes Mello.
“I would say to anyone interested in remaining employed or looking for a vacancy, to try to qualify, to maximize their chances in the market”, he adds.
The courses will have an average duration of two months, totaling 240 hours each. There will be 208 hours in the distance education modality (EAD), with synchronous classes (live), and another 32 hours in person, at the SENAI schools that integrate the program (CTFA, CTGAS-ER and CETCM) – located at the Innovation and Technology Hub of SENAI-RN, in Natal.
The start of classes varies from September 26 to October 17, depending on the course.