Formation Programs

Technological Lines


Digital Communication

Design and Mechatronic Maintenance

Intelligent Dressing

Technological Transversal Programs

How to register?


The training programs offered by the Center for Industrial Technological Design cover three technological lines: Design and maintenance Mecatronics, Intelligent Dressing and Digital Communication; As well as programs of technological transversality. Training programs are offered at the following levels of training:

Level Quarterly Duration schooling stage Duration Quarterly Production Stage Minimum requirement
Technological Specialization 2 Not applicable Technologist
Technologist 6 2 Bachelor + tests Icfess
Technical 6 o 9 6 Basic secondary
Operator 1 1 Basic Primary
Complementary Training From minimum 40 hours to 120 Not applicable Valid identity document

What should I consider to present the selection test?

I have a computer with Internet access and have the time to answer the test. If you do not have the ability to access a computer with Internet access, consult SENA training center where you registered to be assigned a physical space at the nearest office.

How long is the selection test?

The test is designed for you to respond in an estimated 25 minutes. Once enabled the test must be resolved immediately. If the test is closed or terminated unexpectedly score will be zero (0). Also if they finish the allotted time the test will close and the answers will only be validated.

When the evidence is presented?

The tests are scheduled according to the last digit of the ID. In the "Schedule" you will find the scheduled dates for the corresponding call. Check schedule. Similarly, once registered note must be permanently check their email and through SOFIA Plus citation to the test.

What evaluates the web selection test?

In order to verify the profile of applicants interested in gaining access to training programs offered by the SENA, the institution established as part of the selection process applying selection tests to provide information to identify those candidates whose profile, skills and competencies greater degree approximating the expected profile. Thus, once the training program enrollment applicants must submit a test designed by SENA with the following:

  • Basic skills: allow the applicant to communicate, think logically, use science to understand and interpret the world. They developed in technical secondary levels of basic primary education, basic secondary, academic and media.

  • Citizenship skills: empower young people for coexistence, democratic participation and solidarity. They developed in technical secondary primary basic education, basic secondary, academic and media.

  • Work skills: understand all the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for young people to perform effectively as productive beings.

  • Cognitive skills: cognitive skills are evaluated through reasoning.

How do I know if i have to submit the Phase II testing and where?

Once approved test Phase I, you will be notified by email by the training center to which you are assigned, where he will indicate the date, place and time in which to be submitted for presentation of evidence Phase II.

If I do not attend Phase II test I can schedule another date of the test?

SENA care plans on schedule entry hopefuls, trainers, environments and dates previously defined, so another date is rescheduled and the applicant is outside of the selection process.

How should submit the selection tests?

Consider the following recommendations to check the selection tests: You must be notified to the presentation of evidence "Phase I" through the email you entered at the time of registration. There will only indicate the filing date as the last digit of their identity. Once activated the test can not be reset or reprogrammed. Unable to open and close the test to be presented later. Thus. the system will assume that you already introduced and has not answered in full. Consider the following steps for the selection test "Phase I":

  • Enter www.senasofiaplus.edu.co page and click on the "Submit tryouts."

  • Select your type of identity card, type your ID number and enter your password.

  • Click the button "Check tests" to check and see if you have scheduled selection tests.

  • The system displays the list of citations to Phase I trials user.

  • Click on the "Submit test" to start selection test.

  • After the selection test the system will report the test has been successfully completed.

How do I know if I passed the selection tests Phase I?

  • Consider the following recommendations to check the results of their screening tests:

  • You can view the results of the test, in the training center where he enrolled.

  • You can also enter www.senasofiaplus.edu.co and click the "Enter"

  • Select your type of identity document.

  • Enter your identification number.

  • Enter your password.

  • Click the "Enter" button. Select the role "Aspirant" and display the "Select" package.

  • On the menu Aspirant Activities select the "Check test results." The system displays the list of tests conducted by the Applicant and the state is each.

  • Check the calendar for dates process of phase II and enrollment respectively. For more information check the manual. Selection

What phase II testing process and consists're looking for?

The selection tests phase II may be composed of a test controlled via web or selection workshop, which can be applied together or only one of the two.

Web Controlled Test: This test seeks to identify the candidate basic academic skills that will be the foundation that will guarantee the understanding of the content you see on the stage of training within the program to which he enrolled.

Selection Workshop: The workshop seeks to identify the skills and motor skills and minimal cognitive level with which the applicant must have to have adequate performance in the training program and in the workplace.

After submitting the test...

Consider the following recommendations to check the results of their screening tests:

View test results in the training center where he enrolled.

Log in to www.senasofiaplus.edu.co click the "Enter" button.

Select your type of identity document.

Enter the number of identity document.

Enter your password.

Click the "Enter" button. Select the role "Aspirant" and deploy the package selection.

In the "Activities Aspirant" select "Check test results." The system displays the list of tests conducted by the Applicant and the state is each.

Consult the calendar process for dates of enrollment, test application and enrollment. Additionally you should check your email or information published on the center; where you will find the place, date and time for enrollment. For more information visit the portal SOFIA plus.

Please note the dates of the timetable for the II Virtual Call and Distance 2016 SENA training programs.

Schedule

If you have questions about any of the processes Sofiaplus on this page you can find some guides and manuals that can help you resolve your concerns.

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