First generation of mechatronics technicians graduate from BMW program in Mexico

BMW Group celebrated in San Luis Potosi the graduation of the first 24 trainees as Mechatronics Technicians who represent the first generation to conclude the dual vocational training program implemented in collaboration with the Technological University of San Luis Potosi (UTSLP).

Vocational training at the BMW plant in San Luis Potosi lasts two years in shared responsibility together with the UTSLP. 

Prior to these two years, trainees have already passed one year of the studies “University Superior Technician in Efficient Electric Installations” in the UTSLP. 

Once this first year has passed, and once students have been elected for such education, graduates acquire technical information, improve their English language and afterwards they receive specialized education in their profession.

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