A fresh batch of 75 young automotive technicians graduated recently from the Toyota Motor Philippines School of Technology (TMP Tech) after successfully completing the 2-year Toyota General Job (GJ) Automotive Servicing Course. To date, Toyota’s premiere technical school in Laguna has produced a total of 710 quality automotive technicians since the school started operations in 2013.
The 75 new graduates are now fully equipped to join Toyota Philippines’ vast network of after-sales service professionals after having undergone workshop simulations at TMP Tech and extensive on-the-job training at local Toyota dealers.
During the graduation ceremonies, Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation president Satoru Suzuki welcomed the graduates as part of the Toyota network, saying, “I know that you will be more than motivated now that you shall be taking on the role of true Toyota professionals, providing excellent technical service and creating more customer smiles.”
TESDA director general Guiling Mamondiong, through deputy director general Rosanna Urdaneta, enthused the new graduates by saying, “Armed with the necessary competencies, continue honing your craft and adhere to the principles of excellence that will propel the country in taking the path towards global competitiveness and global recognition.”
The ceremony, held at TMP Tech’s campus in Santa Rosa City, Laguna, also recognized the technical and special excellence awardees, as well as the graduate scholars and their sponsor organizations.