Root Cause Training in Monterrey, Mexico
We have scheduled a public root cause analysis training course for Spanish speaking professionals in Monterrey, Mexico.
Monterrey is the third largest city in Mexico. Monterrey visitors can enjoy a rich nightlife, cultural activities, and exciting sporting events. Many of the local people enjoy locally brewed beer while watching fútbol on a weekly basis. Visitors can also enjoy machaca con huevo, a traditional Monterrey dish. We are taking registration for:
3-Day TapRooT®/Equifactor® Equipment Troubleshooting & Root Cause Failure Analysis – March 1 – 3
Some popular tourist destinations in Monterrey are:
The Museum of Mexican History is an informative and interesting collection of Mexican history. The museum offers free guided tours during regular hours as well as self-guided tours of the many exhibits. Tuesday and Fridays are free admission to the museum and there are frequently concerts for museum guests. El Museo de Mexicana Historia is an enjoyable place for people of all different interests to visit.
Futbol is an important part of the culture in Monterrey. There are two teams that call Monterrey home and much of Monterrey entertainment revolves around the schedules of the games. The Rayados and the Tigres both play in Monterrey.
“El Templo de la Purísima, es el símbolo de la piedad cristiana de Monterrey. La Basílica y Parroquia La Purísima Concepción de Monterrey, es parte de la Arquidiócesis de Monterrey y en su organización Diocesana corresponde al Decanato I de Catedral y a la primera Zona de Pastoral” (http://lapurisimamonterrey.org/index.php).
The church of the Immaculate was built in the 1940s and was the first religious building with modern architecture in Mexico. The design was very controversial at the time it was being built, but is not a well-known landmark in Monterrey. Visitors can attend Roman Catholic masses twice a day each day of the week.
“Are you the outdoors type? The mountains surrounding Monterrey offer recreation options available nowhere else in Mexico! Go rock climbing or hiking. Explore caves few humans have ever visited. Take a mountain bike down some of the most extreme slopes anywhere!” (Source: http://www.allaboutmonterrey.com/)
Are you looking for a Spanish speaking root cause analysis course, or do you have an associate who would be interested in performance improvement, problem-solving and corrective action programs taught in Spanish?
Visit our website to download a brochure: http://www.taproot.com/courses.php?d=720&l=1