Undoubtedly, when talking about assets, any organisation would consider its Human Resources as an important one. The 26 co-operative members that work in our school and training centre have worked on an in-depth process of technological and educational modernisation to provide an educational programme that is adapted to modern times.

With a teaching-staff made up mainly of engineers and university graduates, we have been able to meet the needs of the sectors that are the driving force of our economy: machine tooling, die-stamping, telecommunications, electronics and have prepared innovative training itineraries aimed at satisfying new employment opportunities in sectors such as the environment, marketing, etc.

In this vein, we would like to highlight the Training Plan that our school has been developing with a view to improving our staff?s qualifications, both in areas of general interest, e.g. Total Quality. Syllabus Development and in those areas that are specific to each technological speciality. This has meant that on average our teachers receive100 hours of training per year.

So as to provide our school with the most advanced technological equipment, we invest an average of 300,000 euro per year in infrastructure and equipment.

In order to do this, Politeknika Ikastegia Txorierri has the support of several institutions and public and private organisations such as: The Mondragón Co-operative Corporation, The Basque Government?s Department of Education and Employment, The European Social Fund, local companies and town councils.

Below is a list of the infrastructures that the school has. For some of the items on the list, you can simply click on the left icon or on the description to see a photo of it.


    • MEC: Mecanizado
    • DFM: Diseño en Fabricación Mecánica
    • PP: Programación de la Producción
    • ECA: Educación y Control Ambiental
    • GVEC: Gestión de Ventas y Espacios Comerciales
    • ARI: Automatización y Robótica Industrial
    • STI: Sistemas de Telecomunicaciones e Informáticos