Hyundai Asia Resources Inc. (HARI), in partnership with non-profit organization, Plan International, will soon open a world-class training and education hub in Laguna.
Aptly called the Hyundai Dream Center Philippines (HDCP), it aims to equip the Korean brand’s employees and chosen scholars with the latest skills and technology in the automotive industry.
Keeping up with the fast pace of digital transformation in our business, HARI is out to foster quality education that will take the local automotive industry forward. HDCP represents HARI’s commitment, not only to improve the competence of our people, but also to educate bright young Filipinos to begin careers in manufacturing and automotive technology.
HARI aims to integrate scholars who finish the program to its automotive staff in the dealership level, providing its branches with highly skilled staff. This will further cement the Korean brand’s award-winning after-sales service that ranked second in the J.D. Power Philippines Customer Service Index (CSI) Study and was recognized by Hyundai Motor Corporation (HMC).
HDCP which will be inaugurated in April 2018, will be located at the Hyundai Logistics Center (HLC) in Calamba, Laguna.
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