Scania launches a new edition of Conductoras

The company will open registration for the third edition of the training program that gives 12 women from across the country the tools to become professional truck drivers.

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For the third consecutive year, and from its role as a leading company in the field of sustainable transport, Scania Argentina will carry out the program Conductive designed to professionally train women who wish to be part of the transportation industry. The launch will be on next Thursday, September 23 at 14.00:XNUMX p.m. through a virtual presentation.

According to official data from the Agencia Nacional de Seguridad Vial, less than 1% of the licenses issued for cargo transportation correspond to womenFor this reason, the main objective of the program is to reduce the existing gender gap in the sector, in addition to helping to satisfy the need for professional drivers that freight transport has today, granting a new job opportunity to women seeking to become professional.

Scania DriversThey will be in total 12 women from all over the country who will receive the scholarship provided by the company, which includes the professional driver course dictated by the Professional Foundation for Transportation (FPT) and Scania Training Center in the country, lodging, transfers and meals.

The program will provide the necessary tools to be able to efficiently operate a cargo transport vehicle, as well as provide a quality service, becoming professional drivers. Its development will be focused on the driving of articulated vehicles, of which Scania is one of the main marketers of its own brand in the Argentine Republic.

Scania DriversThis year, Conductoras has the YPF company, Quilmes Brewery and Maltand ICBC; companies that, like Scania, are committed to a more diverse and inclusive transport.

As of the presentation, the registration platform will go online and those interested in participating will be able to enter and complete the form.

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