INA temporarily closes its Training Centers

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With the aim of collaborating in the risk mitigation actions of COVID-19, the National Learning Institute announces the temporary closure of its Training Centers and mobile actions throughout the country, starting this Tuesday, March 17 and it will remain until April 13, an extendable date according to sanitary conditions.

This measure responds to the health alert and the State of Emergency Decree issued by the Presidency of the Republic and the Ministry of Health, in terms of minimizing the conditions that facilitate the spread of COVID-19.

The institution proceeds to suspend face-to-face lessons in its 54 training centers and mobile actions throughout the national territory, while those services that are developed virtually will continue.

The INA will maintain constant communication with the authorities of the Ministry of Health, to implement any other measure that may be necessary in order to overcome the epidemiological emergency that the country is facing.

Previo a esta medida, la Institución tomó acciones tales como, la suspensión de graduaciones, ferias y actividades de participación masiva (mayores a 30 personas).

Regarding the personnel who perform administrative tasks, the Board of Directors instructed the Headquarters to implement telework in positions where it is possible to perform functions in this modality.

Los Centros de formación volverán al desarrollo normal de sus actividades, cuando las autoridades competentes de salud pública lo indiquen.

The institution invites students, businessmen and the general population to keep an eye on the communications that the INA will make through its website,, social networks, as well as the call center on the phone number 2210-6000.

In addition to this measure, the Institution urges the student community, officials and the general population to continue complying with the prevention protocol established by the Ministry of Health.

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