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Energisa opens enrollment in a free course for training electricians in MG

April 14, 2022 10:17 am to 10:17 am
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Aimed at men and women over 18 years of age, training begins in March with theoretical and practical classes – image: Energisa/Disclosure




At the end of Energisa's free training course for Electricians in Electricity Distribution Networks, job opportunities are guaranteed, says the company.

Energisa is seeking to train new electricians and for this purpose, registration is open for the free training course for Electricians of Electricity Distribution Networks. The company's classes will take place in person, following all the safety protocols required by health agents in the municipality of Extrema (MG), however, the entire population of the south of the state will be able to register to participate in the training.

All the details about the free Electricity Distribution Network Electricians Training Course

The free course energetic will have full-time classes, from 7:30 am to 6:30 pm, from Monday to Friday and will last for 45 days. Those who wish to participate in the selection process must meet some prerequisites required by the company, such as having a category B driver's license, having completed high school and having basic knowledge of the electrician position.

Energisa also states that those who hold a category C or D driver's license will have great advantages in the selection process. THE free course Electricity Distribution Network Electricians Training aims to qualify professionals to assemble and repair electrical installations and auxiliary equipment in distribution networks, apply techniques, primary and secondary areas, handle equipment, operate and maintain medium and low voltage, carry out construction, assembly and installation services for public lighting and commercial technical services, safety, quality and environment techniques, in addition to specific standards for the sector.

How to register for the free Energisa course?

Candidates who wish to enroll in the free electrician course must access the official website of Energisa. On the website it is possible to read important information made available by the company.

To register, you will need to register on the platform. It is worth remembering that everyone who completes the free Electricity Distribution Network Electricians Training course will receive free certificates and after the course, recent graduates who stand out will compete for job openings in the following locations:

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Meet Energisa

Grupo Energisa is one of the first companies to go public in the country, and currently controls 11 distributors in the states of Paraíba, Minas Gerais, Sergipe, Rio de Janeiro, Mato Grosso, São Paulo, Tocantins, Mato Grosso do Sul, Acre and Rondônia.

The company generates annual net revenue of R$ 18 billion and currently serves 8 million customers, which is equivalent to more than 20 million people spread across 862 municipalities in all regions of the country, in addition to generating 20,000 direct and indirect jobs.

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