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TECNOLOGÍAS * ADMINISTRACIÓN BANCARIA Y DE INSTITUCIONES FINANCIERAS * ADMINISTRACIÓN DE REDES DE COMPUTADORES * ADMINISTRACIÓN DEL ENSAMBLE Y MANTENIMIENTO DE COMPUTADORES Y REDES * ADMINISTRACIÓN EMPRESARIAL * ADMINISTRACIÓN HOTELERA * ANÁLISIS Y DESARROLLO DE SISTEMAS DE INFORMACIÓN * ANIMACIÓN 3D * ANIMACIÓN DIGITAL * CÁMARA Y FOTOGRAFÍA PARA CINE * COCINA * COORDINACIÓN DEL PROCESO PARA DISEÑO DE MEDIOS IMPRESOS * DESARROLLO DE VIDEOJUEGOS * DISEÑO PARA LA COMUNICACIÓN GRÁFICA * ESCRITURA PARA PRODUCTOS AUDIOVISUALES * FORMULACIÓN DE PROYECTOS * GASTRONOMÍA * GESTIÓN ADMINISTRATIVA * GESTIÓN BANCARIA Y DE ENTIDADES FINANCIERAS * SONIDO DIRECTO PARA PRODUCCIÓN DE MEDIOS AUDIOVISUALES * GESTIÓN DE SERVICIOS RECREATIVOS * GESTIÓN DEL TALENTO HUMANO * GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL * GESTIÓN HOTELERA * GESTIÓN INTEGRAL DEL RIESGO EN SEGUROS * GESTIÓN INTEGRAL EN FONDOS DE PENSIONES Y CESANTIAS * GESTIÓN LOGÍSTICA * GRABACIÓN, EDICIÓN Y MEZCLA DE VOCES Y DOBLAJES PARA MEDIOS AUDIOVISUALES * GUIANZA TURÍSTICA * ILUMINACIÓN Y RENDER PARA ARTE 3D * ILUSTRACIÓN PARA PRODUCCIONES AUDIOVISUALES * LOGÍSTICA DEL TRANSPORTE * MODELADO Y TEXTURIZADO PARA ARTE 3D * ORGANIZACIÓN DE EVENTOS * PROCESOS RECREATIVOS Y TURÍSTICOS * PRODUCCIÓN DE CAMPO PARA CINE Y TELEVISIÓN * PRODUCCIÓN DE MEDIOS AUDIOVISUALES DIGITALES * PRODUCCIÓN DE MULTIMEDIA

TÉCNICOS * ASESORÍA COMERCIAL Y OPERACIONES DE ENTIDADES FINANCIERAS * ASISTENCIA ADMINISTRATIVA * CAMAROGRAFÍA * COCINA * DESARROLLO DE OPERACIONES LOGÍSTICAS EN LA CADENA DE ABASTECIMIENTO * DISEÑO E INTEGRACIÓN DE MULTIMEDIA * DISEÑO PARA MEDIOS IMPRESOS * EDICIÓN DE VÍDEO * EL RIESGO CREDITICIO Y SU ADMINISTRACIÓN. * ELABORACIÓN DE GUIONES AUDIOVISUALES * GRABACIÓN Y PROCESAMIENTO DE AUDIO * GUIANZA TURÍSTICA * PROGRAMACIÓN DE SOFTWARE * RECREACIÓN * SERVICIOS DE ALOJAMIENTO * SISTEMAS * ILUMINACIÓN PARA EL AUDIOVISUAL * IMPRESIÓN OFFSET * INSTALACIÓN DE REDES DE COMPUTADORES * MANEJO DE EQUIPOS DE AUDIO Y VÍDEO * MANTENIMIENTO DE EQUIPOS DE CÓMPUTO * MESA Y BAR * OPERACIONES DE CAJA Y ASESORÍA COMERCIAL * ORGANIZACIÓN DE EVENTOS RECREATIVOS, TURÍSTICOS Y CULTURALES * PANADERÍA * PASTELERÍA * PELUQUERÍA * PRE PRENSA DIGITAL PARA MEDIOS IMPRESOS

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* OPERACIÓN DE EQUIPOS DE SERVICIO URBANO DE PASAJEROS * OPERACIÓN DE EQUIPOS DE SERVICIO INTERMUNICIPAL DE PASAJEROS * OPERADOR DE VEHÍCULOS DE TRANSPORTE DE CARGA DE RESIDUOS SÓLIDOS * OPERADOR DE VEHÍCULOS DE TRANSPORTE MASIVO DE PASAJEROS * OPERADOR DE TRANSPORTE INDIVIDUAL DE PASAJEROS CON ÉNFASIS EN INFORMACIÓN TURÍSTICA

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