By: Neylin Calderón
URACCAN, through its processes of ordering the functions corresponding to the different educational areas, carries out various activities with the coordination of areas, to review and reflect on the work of the institution.
That is why in the URACCAN Bilwi campus, the fifth Technical Council was held, where fundamental aspects were valued for the improvement of some weaknesses in the academic area, among the agenda items was the assessment of compliance with the planning of the first semester, planning of the activities to be carried out in this second semester and finally the organization of the graduation.
It should be noted, that through this space, coordinators and coordinators give their respective views, which help to strengthen capacities, comply with the proposed activities and improve the quality of the functioning of this alma mater.
At 25 years, URACCAN continues on the path of interculturality, training professionals from different indigenous, Afro-descendant and mixed-race peoples, so the teaching guild must have the relevant skills, which strengthen a higher education with an intercultural approach and a sense of relevance.