DESIGN OF LABOR PRACTICES OF THE PROFILE OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS: APPLICATION IN THE DISERTIC
Investigative work practices are essential for the successful development of study plan E for the Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering career at CUJAE. The DISERTIC is the service area of the CUJAE where practices of the Telecommunications Networks job profile are developed. This article proposes a system to develop investigative work practices for students of the Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering career in the study plan E in a company related to the Telecommunications Networks profile. Technological Surveillance, Diagnosis, maintenance, incident resolution, Design, assembly, and experimentation of real practical scenarios in test or production environments are integrated into the design of the PLI activities. The proposal was successfully applied in DISERTIC to a sample of seven students of the Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering daytime course at CUJAE during the PLI in 2021.
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