During the month of January, Brithinee Electric will be hosting students who are enrolled in the University of La Verne’s Executive Management Certificate program. The program is offered to international, mid-level executives (post-graduate studies) and to undergraduates.
The program has grown from fewer than 20 international students in 2004, to the 2013 enrollment of 270 students. The program allows the students to observe Inland Empire businesses. This year’s students are from Latin America and represent Brazil, Peru, and Argentina.
During the program, students will participate in two “business tours” and will visit organizations specializing in energy production, construction, medical manufacturing, and public agencies. Brithinee Electric specializes in generator and motor repair and control, and will be hosting students from Brazil.
While at Brithinee Electric, the students will meet with senior management, participate in presentations, and observe business practices. Students also will be increasing their English language and management skills, and improve their potential employability.
According to Donald Brithinee, Vice President of Brithinee Electric, “As the largest country in Latin America, Brazil is an emerging global economy in which business leadership is rapidly expanding. We are glad to participate in La Verne University’s program, and to provide opportunities for students to learn more about strategic management, as they begin to develop international relationships.”
Brithinee Electric specializes in remanufacturing industrial electric motors and wind generators and produces custom motor control centers for clients throughout the western United States. These motors are the highest electrical efficiency motors available today. Brithinee Electric motor repairs maintain or exceed the original motor’s power efficiency. Their newly expanded 53,000 square feet facility enables the company to repair motors and generators up to 20 tons. Brithinee Electric is one of the largest sellers of NEMA Premium Efficiency industrial electric motors. For more information, visit the website at www.Brithinee.com.