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The UNIA will train in the management of technology parks

The International University of Andalusia (UNIA) imparts from next September the Continuous Training Course in Management and development of technology parks: how to impact the territorywhich seeks to train professionals in the management of science-technology parks as a way to reduce development gaps territorial and technological.

Directed by Jesus of the Court Y Paola Caballero (CEO and Management & Research SL consultant), the course seeks bring the necessary knowledge, tools and debates from regulated training to train professionals in the management of these parks, betting on a innovative approach in its methodology and the preparation of its programming.

The activity, carried out between September 26 and December 15, It is taught online and is open to students from Spain and the rest of Latin America. interested in training and knowing the role of these parks in the consolidation of sustainable cities, communities and industries, as well as their potential in generating knowledge and innovation for the territory, particularly in relation to SMEs. A) Yes, seeks to develop strategic management skills, knowledge management and innovation of professionals who hold management and leadership positions in technology centers affiliated with the International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation (IASP).

The course provides knowledge in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) related to guaranteeing an inclusive and equitable quality education, also incorporating a cross-cutting approach to gender equality in its contents.

The course brings together a dozen experts in the direction and management of these spaces, such as Luis Perezgeneral director of PCT Cartuja (Spain); Philip RomerasCEO of PTA Malaga (Spain); Ivan Dario Castanoexecutive director of Ruta N Medellín (Colombia); Claudio Maggieregional advisor to the International Labor Organization (Chile), or Edgardo Perezgeneral director of the PT of the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores TEC Monterrey (Mexico), among others.

Those interested in enrolling in the course can do so and get more information about it at website of the International University of Andalusia, until next September 15.

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Continuous training course Management and development of technology parks: how to impact the territory

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