Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) has inaugurated its world-class training and education hub that aims to equip chosen Filipino youth with the skills to boost the automotive industry.
Called the Hyundai Dream Centre Philippines (HDCP), the new infrastructure is located right in the heart of the Korean brand’s logistics center in Calamba, Laguna. It is there where the Korean brand will provide selected scholars with the necessary technical training on vehicle repair and maintenance.
Graduates of the scholarship program will then get a chance to be integrated to dealerships, providing them with skilled automotive staff.
HDCP symbolizes not just our commitment to contribute to human capital development in the automotive industry, but our dream of improving the lives of Filipinos as well. We are especially proud that our partners could meet the first batch of scholars and witness their progress firsthand.
HDCP is a product of the partnership between HARI, Hyundai Motor Group (HMG), and global humanitarian organization Plan International. This follows other Dream Centres established in other countries such as Ghana, Indonesia, Cambodia, and Vietnam.
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