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Centro de Educacion Profesional y Adiestramiento (CEPA) - Univ. Politecnica

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The purpose of the CPET is to provide a continuous learning experience to effectively adapt our professional’s technical skills and knowledge to the new technological and socioeconomic challenges. Thank you for registration. Learn how simple it is to enroll in one of our programs in just 3 steps. Download and fill out a quick form and send it our way. If any questions pop up during the process, feel free to drop us a line. Get in touch with us! Feel free to write to us about anything that interests you. We are always happy to answer any and all questions you might have. Thank you for registration.

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