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Mech@griJOBS: agro-mechanical

by the editorial staff
October 2015 | Back

Training is in the front rank at Agrilevante, the international exposition of machinery and equipment and technologies for Mediterranean agriculture running from October 15th to 18th at the Fiera del Levante trade fair center in Bari. The training area has been set up for Mech@griJOBS for the introduction of new professions in agro-mechanics and organized by the Italian Union of Agricultural Machinery Dealers, UNACMA, in collaboration with FederUnacoma, the Italian Agricultural Machinery Manufacturers Federation. Mech@griJOBS is returning to Bari following the success scored in the 2013 Agrilevante edition thanks to the effective formula for building a bridge between agro-mechanical concerns and those preparing to enter the world of work.

The objective of the initiative is to attract young people leaving their public school studies to the emerging professions in the sector, careers which often involve great specialization, orienting them toward a training path more in line with the requirements of the industry. For this reason, the courses sponsored by Agrilevante and UNACMA are addressed to students attending fourth and fifth year studies in Agrarian Technical Institutes majoring in electronics and in public or private professional training schools.

In general, the three days of meetings from the 15th to the 17th in the Mech@griJOBS area calls for six modules of forty-five minutes each run by UNACMA and Kubota technicians focused on the role of the 2.0 commercial technician who acts as a purchasing consultant with great specialized knowledge of the model most suitable for the operations required by the customer as well as a command of agricultural machinery technical/mecatronics to become capable of developing solutions for the synthesis of mechanics, IT and electronics.

The Mech@griJOBS area, other than the usual site for meetings between job supply and demand offers, a special demonstration will be staged on Saturday, the 17th, for students attending the Bari Mecatronic Pole with a roundtable attended by representatives of associations in the field of training, market conditions and revisions. 


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