Introduction of the repairmen education program in Brussels

The National Association Committee of CECED held its upcoming meeting in Brussels on 24 October, 2017. Fanni Mészáros, company manager of CECED Hungary introduced the recently launched household appliance repairmen education program to the colleagues. In her presentation she emphasized that the lack of repairmen in Hungary had become a fastly growing problem, and the members of CECED Hungary were fully committed to invest into the new education program and to develop a carrier model in order to tackle the challenges.

” With the new program our companies not only provide support to the Hungarian households, but they also contribute to the development of the circular economy” – said the company manager. She added: “This is however a difficult challenge, and we still have a lot to do, but I am extremely proud of the members of CECED Hungary for unanimously supporting this activity!”

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