Toyota school grads

posted November 25, 2018 at 09:43 pm

Toyota Motor Philippines School of Technology  held its 7th Commencement Exercises for sixty-nine new service technicians who have successfully completed the two-year Toyota General Job Automotive Servicing Course. These graduates have been equipped under an advanced curriculum that combines TESDA’S Automotive Servicing Course National Certification Levels I-IV and Toyota’s Technical Education for Automotive Mastery in the 21st Century (TEAM 21). Through the school’s industry linkage, these new Toyota technicians have experienced working at local Toyota dealership setting under an on-the-job exposure program, applying the values and competencies they acquired from classroom lectures and workshop simulations. In its five years of operations, TMP Tech has already produced over a thousand graduates.

Topics: Toyota Motor Philippines School of Technology , Toyota General Job Automotive Servicing Course , TESDA

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