As part of the closing ceremony of the Sustainable Mobility Week, the executive director of the National Institute of Transit and Land Transportation (Intrant), Hugo Beras, presented 150 certificates to an equal number of collaborators, who were trained in Individual and Collective Change Management and Business Training, within the project “Social Support for the Reform of Urban Bus Corridors of the Integrated Public Passenger Transportation System”.
In leading the activity, Beras highlighted the work that President Luis Abinader has been doing in the transportation sector, who has shown interest in having it reformed in the Dominican Republic. “The president is interested in transforming transportation, not only for those who provide the service, but also for those who receive that service, which are all citizens, in the National District, Greater Santo Domingo and the entire country.”
He said that a few days ago he heard the president speak about the transportation system when he arrived in 2020, and that he promised to continue developing it as the new times require, and that, since then, he has shown that what he has promised he has kept, putting words into action.
The official added that with this delivery of certificates that the collaborators are receiving in this process, it can be said that there are human resources to continue advancing in the changes of transportation, in terms of education and training of operational personnel.
Johanna Cruz Monegro, general director of People Group Dominicana, thanked Intrant for trusting the company and explained that the on-site training modules were made up of all the employees who were committed to being part of the Integral Change Management sub-programs for the improvement of the transportation service.
“We had a second program that was conformed by the Business Management that, together with the other modules, sought to create intensity, create knowledge and sense of belonging in what is the business process, and understanding each of the different pillars that make up the organization of a company so that the success of its operations can be sustained over time,” said Cruz Monegro.
Meanwhile, the president of the Movimiento Choferil de Transporte (Mochotrán), Alfredo Pulinario Linares (Cambita), thanked Intrant for taking him into account in the training and urged the president to continue transforming transportation for the benefit of the Dominican people.
The certificate presentation ceremony was held at the Pedro Mir Auditorium of the Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo (UASD), and was attended by various authorities from the transportation area and the collaborators who were trained in the Núñez de Cáceres, Churchill and Charles de Gaulle corridors. The company awarded for the project was People Group Dominicana, a consulting firm specializing in Institutional Management and in the Strengthening through the Integral and Effective Management of Human Talent.
Present at the event were, in addition to the head of Intrant, Juan Pablo Bocarejo, director of Support for the Implementation of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (AIPMUS); Ivonne Ventura, management coordinator of People Group Dominicana; Luis Rosado, general manager of the Núñez de Cáceres Corridor (CNC); Vicente María, HR manager; Wilson Lebrón, manager of the Winston Churchill Corridor (CWC); Danny Rivera, manager of the Charles de Gaulle Corridor (CCH); Alba Brito, HR director Intrant; Jonathan Cabral, director of the National Road Education School (ENEVIAL), among others.