Toyota distributors from the Middle East visited the Toyota Motor Philippines School of Technology (TMP Tech) to discuss employment of graduates in Toyota service centers in prime Arab regions.
Present were Bahrain’s Ebrahim K. Kanoo BSC (EKK), Qatar’s Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros. Co. WLL (AAB), United Arab Emirates’ Al Futtaim Motors Company LLC (AFM), and Kuwait’s Mohamed Naser Al-Sayer & Sons Est. Co. (MNSS). TMP Tech presented its advanced Toyota curriculum, as well as its world-class facilities, that help mold students to become top-caliber automotive professionals.
TMP Tech also shared its best practices with ongoing partnership with Saudi Arabia’s Abdul Latif Jameel Import & Distribution Co. Ltd. (ALJID), who also formed part of the delegation. TMP Tech and ALJID implemented the Specialized Toyota Automotive Training Program (STATP), which enables some of the school’s graduates to become part of ALJID’s workforce. The attention that TMP Tech has been gaining from different organizations worldwide opens many prospects for Filipinos getting employed in both the local and global scenes, initiating the realization of the school’s vision to make the Philippines a global human resource development hub.
In photo are (from left, front) AFM After Sales general manager Ralf Zimmermann, AFM technical training manager Shane Elliott, ALJ Director Raghavendra Aswathnarayana, and TMP Customer Service Operations assistant vice president Luis Villa at TMP Tech’s workshop.