Four graduates of Toyota Motor Philippines School of Technology(TMP Tech) were recently hired as automotive service professionals by Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros. Co. W. L. L. in Qatar.
This is under the school’s training-to-employment program called TMP Tech–AAB Quick Service Training (QST) Program in partnership with AAB, one of Toyota’s official distributors in the Middle East. I
nterested graduates of TMP Tech’s 2-year Toyota General Job Automotive Servicing course may apply in the QST Program, which will require them to undergo four additional months of training to develop expertise in express vehicle maintenance and services.
They must also complete a non-the-job exposure at local Toyota dealerships and undergo proper pre-employment process before starting a career at AAB’s automotive service centers.
With over a thousand graduates in its six-year operations, TMP Tech continues to be a world-class technical-vocational school offering employment opportunities to its graduates in both the local and global Toyota Network.
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