SENA currently has two types of programs: Qualified and complementary training. The first one is made up of the following levels and durations:
- Auxiliaries/Operators: 9 months
- Technicians: 14 months
- Technical specialization: 3 months
- Technologist: 27 months in duration
- Technological specialization: 6 months
Complementary training offers short courses that can range from 40 hours to 384-hour in person and virtual courses.
These programs include within their curricula skills and competences related to and necessary for the Orange Economy: crafts, tourism, gastronomy, music, acting, sound, film and television production. In the area of technology, SENA offers programs in design, software, multimedia and graphic arts.
In 2019, SENA offered more than 1,244,000 openings in qualified and complementary training in fields related to the Orange Economy.
In 2020, SENA will offer 1,250,000 seats in the same areas.