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The structure of our university program takes into account the technical nature of our work, as well as cultural learning styles, and the logistical challenges of being located in a developing region. We believe this approach is what allows us to build and maintain such a strong workforce.

Programs Offered

Our programs address both the technical and business sides of operating a plant, as both are necessary to keep it functional and protibaleprofitable. Currently we train junior mechanics, mechanics and regional managers, with many other tracks are under active development.

Teaching Methods

Our programs use a variety of approaches to convey the material to students. This combination allows us to effectively communicate not only hard skills, but the foundational knowledge behind them, as well as the attitude necessary to be a successful employee.


An instructor leads students through material in a classroom setting.


Computer software based material that walks students through material at their own pace using illustrative images, animations, and videos.


An instructor teaches procedures on an actual plant, and students get hands-on experience.


Students must solve simluated problems on an actual plant.


Students observe an experienced employee while they perform their normal routines.


Short programs that make use of the other teaching methods to teach a specific skill or address a certain issue.

Course Breakdown

The actual activities that a student participates in during training depend on the program they are enrolled in. The activities for a sample of our current programs are depicted below. In addition, all employees take part in periodic workshops after training, to address new issues and stay up to date.

Where we Teach

Because plant employees work in or near where they live, we make a point of building training centers whereever our plants are concentrated.


HPS and HPU headquarters.


Our main training center, used for most junior mechanic and mechanic training.


A satellite office and training center for employees of nearby plants.


A satellite training center for employees of nearby plants.

YOUR Location

When we create new plants, we also work with owners to build a training center.


Get a sense of the variety of topics that we teach in our programs. Each topic usually covers background knowledge and theory, as well as practical hands-on time.

Junior Mechanic

  • Safety Rules and Procedures
  • Introduction to Electricity
  • Introduction to Mechanical Systems
  • Systematic Troubleshooting
  • Gasification Systems
  • Distribution Systems
  • Motors and Pumps
  • Batteries
  • Internal Combustion Engines
  • Generator Electrical Components
  • Troubleshooting

Mechanic Upgrade

Coming Soon


Coming Soon

Franchisee/Cluster Manager

Coming Soon
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