Toyota Motor Philippines School of Technology (TMP Tech), a premiere technical school in Laguna, recently held its 5th Commencement Exercises for 75 new graduates under the 2-year Toyota General Job (GJ) Servicing Course.
“I know that you will be more than motivated now that you shall be taking on the role of true Toyota professionals, providing excellent technical service and creating more customer smiles.”
The new graduates have undergone workshops and extensive on-the-job training at local Toyota dealers, thus making them fully prepared to join Toyota’s network of after-sales service professionals.
Held at Santa Rosa City, Laguna, the ceremony also acknowledged the technical and special excellence awardees, as well as the graduate scholars and their sponsor organizations.
To sum it up, TMP has already molded a total of 710 automotive technicians since the school opened in 2013.
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