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National Service of Learning (Colombia)

National Service of Learning
Servicio Nacional de Aprendizaje
Agency overview
Formed 21 June 1957 (1957-06-21)
Headquarters Calle 57 № 8-69
Bogotá, D.C., Colombia
Annual budget COP$2,225,561,000,000 (2012)[1]COP$2,275,580,644,000 (2013)[2]
COP$2,696,476,662,500 (2014)[3]
Agency executive Gina María Parody d'Echeona, Director
Parent agency Ministry of Labour
Website .co.edu.senawww

The National Service of Learning (Spanish: Servicio Nacional de Aprendizaje) (SENA) is a Colombian public institution focused in the development of programs of professional formation. It's a government initiative to develop education in Colombia and foment employment.

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  • Virtual Education
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