The UCJC launch a training project aimed at the Armed Forces and the National Police of Ecuador

The Camilo José Cela University and the government of Ecuador have started a cooperation project to promote training programs for members of the Armed Forces and the National Police of the Latin American country.

The training will focus on aspects related to the professional practice of both groups, and will materialize through a scholarship system that facilitates their academic updating. The UCJC has initiated a draft of the project that will define the areas of interest, both for the Ecuadorian Armed Forces and the National Police.

To materialize the agreement, the Minister Verónica Peña, in charge of Business at the Embassy of Ecuador in Spain; Fernando Saavedra, Director of the UCJC Cabinet; and Jorge Santiago Barnes, director of the International Center for Government and Political Marketing (CIGMAP).