TMP Tech graduates hired by Toyota and Hino dealerships in Japan

Toyota Motor Philippines Tech graduates have paid employment at Toyota Corolla Aiho in Aichi, Japan. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

TOYOTA Motor Philippines School of Technology (TMP Tech), a leading automotive technical institution in Santa Rosa City in Laguna, has completed its pilot dispatch of automotive technicians for Toyota Motor Corp dealerships. (TMC) and Hino Motors Ltd. across Japan. Twenty-six TMP Tech graduates have been deployed from March to May 2022, with another 42 expected to join within the year as Japan further relaxes its borders.

Through strategic partnerships with TMC and Hino, TMP Tech now serves Japan’s automotive aftermarket workforce, making it the newest on-the-job training program that provides opportunities in the Toyota global network.

This program will continue to provide both Japanese partners with a stable pool of highly skilled technicians trained to Toyota standards. With the first batches of graduates dispatched, TMP Tech has fulfilled the requirements for technical trainees in 16 prefectures in Japan.

TMP Tech’s advanced and accelerated program allowed its graduates to take Toyota-specific courses and training at a local Toyota dealership. As part of the program requirements, students of TMP Tech’s 2-year General Job Automotive Servicing course also completed additional courses such as Japanese language and culture training, which will allow them to better adapt to the environments of Japanese work and to meet the needs of the market.

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Graduates sent also have national certifications from the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, which makes their skills equivalent to the Pro-Technician level of the world-renowned Toyota Education Automotive Mastery for the 21st century training program.

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