Projects can be enrolled until October 28; the action is part of the China Merchants Volunteer program and will fund educational institutions, associations or NGOs.

     In celebration of the 150th anniversary of China Merchants Port Group (CMPort), the holding company that manages TCP, the terminal extended the deadline for registration of training projects to October 28. The company will invest in projects developed by educational institutions, associations or NGOs focused on professional training. This contribution is included in the China Merchants Volunteer Program, of CMPort.

       According to the HR manager, Thais Marques, the proposal is to invest and strengthen the career of parnanguaras in the company. “Here at TCP, we encourage professional growth and, therefore, we support projects that enable workers to work in specific areas in the terminal,” she says.

       The preference is for projects aimed at training in the technical areas of maintenance, port operations, labor safety and administrative support sectors such as IT, accounting and payroll.  In addition, projects aimed at qualifying people with disabilities (PcD) for the labor market will be considered. “As relevant as the professionalizing projects, initiatives that aim to encourage the completion of high school can also be relevant options of this action. We want to motivate more and more young people to have study and career opportunities in Paranaguá”, emphasizes Marques.

      The registration must be done directly through the form available at the link until October 28. The works will be selected by a panel of experts selected by TCP and the result will be announced on the company’s official social networks.

        The selected institutions will be responsible for the implementation of the project and must meet the deadlines and targets set. The monitoring of the execution will be carried out by TCP, which will audit until the conclusion of the project.

Mayara Locatelli