Cooperation discussions with Senai in Sao Paulo, Brazil
In February 2010 RKK had a meeting with Senai in Sao Paulo, Brazil, at which the main topic was collaboration in the field of vocational education for an international market. Senai is a non-profit organization financed and run by companies from the industrial sector in Brazil and is a provider of education and training to the sector. The organization manages a total of 159 schools, of which 70 are peripatetic.
Managing Director Ole Imsland and Director Carl Williams from RKK's Namibia office took part on behalf of RKK and representing Senai were Roberto Monteiro Spada (Country Technical Director), Domingos Goncalves Da Costa Neto (Director-Institute Luiz Simon-Jacarei) and Osvaldo Lahoz Maia (Industrial Technical Manager).
Visit to the Institute Luiz Simon in Jacarei
RKK also visited the training centre Institute Luiz Simon and Sesi School in Jacarei.
In Jakarei RKK met 3 of the instructors who work for RKK in Namibia/Angola.
Information about Brazil:
The Federative Republic of Brazil is the largest country in South America in terms of both population and geographical area.
Brazil has extensive areas of agricultural development and rain forest and is rich in natural resources. With the highest GNP in South America, it is the world’s eighth largest economy and plays a significant economic role in the entire region.
The capital is Brasilia and other large cities include São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte. The country has a land area almost the size of the USA.