Honda Malaysia (HM) at the moment signed a certificates of collaboration (CoC) with the Division of Polytechnic and Neighborhood School Training (DPCCE), Ministry of Training (MoE), paving the best way for Honda’s coaching modules to be included into chosen automotive syllabi.
The CoC recognises HM’s strategic collaboration with polytechnics and schools for college kids to be outfitted with industry-ready technical and delicate abilities. The corporate will probably be collaborating with 17 group schools from 9 states in Malaysia with extra polytechnics and schools anticipated to be added into the listing within the close to future.
This initiative additionally helps the federal government’s deal with Technical Vocational Training and Coaching (TVET) in the direction of growing extra expert and licensed technicians in Malaysia via top quality coaching.
“Honda Malaysia has recorded excellent gross sales improve by 112% prior to now 5 years and this concurrently will increase our service consumption by 51% over the identical interval. This leads us to develop our dealership community nationwide, which now stands at 97 retailers to offer simpler entry for all our clients. Therefore, this initiative could be very well timed as we’re capable of have extra expert technicians to cater to our growing clients,” stated Honda Malaysia MD and CEO Toichi Ishiyama.
HM will probably be incorporating the Upkeep Technician and Restore Technician modules primarily based on Honda’s inside world coaching programme into chosen automotive programs. College students will obtain complete coaching which features a six-month attachment at Honda dealerships. The coaching will increase college students’ after-sales data and supply them with expertise and a basis for future employment.
College students additionally stand an opportunity to be official Honda technicians or service personnel upon coaching and evaluation. HM is focusing on to obtain 120 graduates per yr from collaborating polytechnics and schools via this collaboration.
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