Prodac – Bekaert groups provides training to students from the UNI for the fourth consecutive year
November 22, 2013
- The fourth edition of the UNI University Event seeks to enrich the education of students in the School of Geological, Mining, and Metallurgic Engineering at the National University of Engineering (UNI).
- Over the past four years, Prodac – Bekaert has trained more than 400 students from the UNI.
In keeping with its commitment to the university community throughout the country, Prodac – Bekaert held the IV University Event UNI: “Working with support elements in subterranean projects.” During this event, the group trained 80 students from the School of Geological, Mining and Metallurgic Engineering of the National University of Engineering (UNI).
The event’s purpose was to provide theoretical and practical knowledge of the adequate use of support elements in subterranean projects. The training sessions were conducted by specialized engineers from the Mining Unit at Prodac – Bekaert, who discussed the use of helicoidal screws, split sets, electric welded mesh, resins, and Dramix fibers. Students also received practical training through cold-start tests of split sets and helicoidal screws.
It is important to note that in the past four years the Prodac – Bekaert group has provided specialized training to more than 400 students from the UNI, which has contributed to increasing the education level of the country’s future engineers.
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