The information system created for the distribution of PRONATEC vacancies, which integrates SISU (Unified Selection System), is called SISUTEC, after the creation of PRONATEC, which is the Program for Access to Vocational Technical Education, SISTEC was created with the objective of integrate the SISTEC vacancies offer into the SISU system.
This need arises due to the formation of professional courses in Brazil, which take place in two moments in history with the objective of meeting demand from the working classes, rural workers and globalization. In the forties, the “S” system SENAI and SENAC was created, which assumes responsibility for the country’s Vocational Education, later with globalization, technical schools and other vocational courses were created with the commitment of inserting young people in the globalized universe.
In addition to different educational institutions, professional courses also have a different workload and meet the varied demand of candidates who may have different interests, learn computer skills, qualify for a professional career, finish high school and others.
What is the difference between subsequent courses and integrated courses?
For those who are going to register through SISU to apply for vocational technical education vacancies, it is necessary to know that there are three ways to choose a professional career in a vocational course. The first is the integrated training, the second concurrent training in the third you can use the note of ENEM in the selection process, is the subsequent training.
The concomitant training is intended for students in the 2nd year of high school and EJA training, I will not go on too long since through SISU most candidates must choose the subsequent training, which is the one done after high school.
The difference between subsequent training and integrated training is that in integrated training, candidates take the Secondary Education integrated to the Vocational Course, the term is widely used in SENAI and SENAC, since this type of training makes up the Pedagogical Project of these institutions, in this way candidates who complete the eighth or ninth grade at SESI are transferred to SENAI and SENAC, integrated training is also present in some professional military courses.
Is there a subsequent training vacancy at SISTEC?
It is possible to compose rooms with Subsequent Training in SENAI and SENAC institutions, classes can be formed with students of Concomitant Training, Continuing Initial Training and Subsequent Training, to enter technical courses of some institutions it is necessary to take the admission test, however with the unification of the system you can currently use the ENEM score to enter a professional technical course.
In addition to state, federal institutions and the “S” system, scholarships are also offered in technical professional courses at renowned private schools, with excellent quality and employability, through SISTEC [www.sistec.gov.br/login] it is possible to find vocational courses in person and in Distance Education and Distance Education (EAD).
What are Professional Qualification Courses?
Present in SISTEC and also in SISUTEC, the Professional Qualification Courses have less workload, are courses that can compose a customized grid with subjects of Education of Youth and Adults (EJA), depending on the institution.
In the SISU system [www.sisu.mec.gov.br] it is not necessary to use the ENEM Test to enter the Professional Qualification Courses, since there is no mandatory proof of admission for these courses, the Professional Qualification courses are also offered in the Distance Learning Modality (EAD).
What is the age for admission to Professional Courses in the Health Area?
To enter professional courses in the health field, it is necessary to have turned 18 years old by the date of the beginning of the course or enrollment, the professional courses in the health field have great employability with offer of places in the Private Education Network, SENAC, Santas Casas and State Technical Schools of the Paula Souza Institute.
What is the difference between a Higher Education Technological Course and Technical Vocational Courses?
Also known as Technological Courses, the Higher Education Technological Courses were created to meet a new demand and business need, mainly focused on sustainability, offering scholarships through PRONATEC.
Technical Vocational courses, on the other hand, have a similar workload with a minimum of 1,200 hours (one thousand and two hundred hours), but they are not higher education courses. To apply for scholarships in Vocational Technical courses, candidates can use the SISUTEC (Integrated with SISU with the ENEM Note) or SISTEC system.