Mitsubishi Electric lancia Mentor ME: un’innovativa piattaforma online, per le scuole, dedicata alla didattica digitale
The aim is to involve young people, sharing their values, guiding them and qualifying them, thus making them able to face new work challenges
The first edition of D-Marathon, the initiative developed by our HAVAC Division in partnership with NABA (the New Academy of Fine Arts), to promote design and creativity was held in Milan on 14, 15 and 16 June at NABA premises.
Mitsubishi Electric’s and Class 3B of Istituto Superiore Niccolò Macchiavelli’s participation in the sixth edition of the European project promoted by Fondazione Sodalitas at Milan’s Teatro Franco Parenti closed on May 7th in a morning session rich in content.
The branch opens its doors to the university world, participating in the series of meetings promoted by ANIPLA with the aim of encouraging the exchange and dialogue between companies and students.
Since 2016 Mitsubishi Electric Italian branch is member of Sodalitas Foundation
Ideated by the Italian Branch of Mitsubishi Electric, the Mentor ME platform, completely cost-free, provides innovative technical institutes students with e-learning and smartworking paths to orient themselves, acquire skills to carry out operational tasks and obtain an official certificate of PCTO in the company. In particular, Mentor ME was created with the aim of providing young people with a tool for training and orientation in the fields of Industrial Automation and Air Conditioning.
Training has always been a fundamental element in which the entire Mitsubishi Electric group firmly believes, the best way to acquire practical and theoretical knowledge and to develop those professional skills that will allow future technicians to succeed in the working environment.
Mitsubishi Electric has been involved for several years in collaboration programs with the academic and educational world.