Toyota tech school produces 200 graduates

TOYOTA Motor Philippines School of Technology (TMP Tech) announced it held its 4th commencement exercises for the largest batch of students that took its two-year Toyota General Job Automotive Servicing Course.

The school said the 200 new graduates, set to be hired by Toyota dealerships in the Philippines and abroad, have completed classroom lectures and practical training in fully simulative workshop and facilities. The graduates acquired competencies in courses prescribed by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (national certification levels I-IV), as well as through an on-the-job exposure program in Toyota dealerships.

TMP Tech said it has produced around 500 technicians since 2013.

Hyundai distributor marks 16th year with promo

HYUNDAI Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) said it has launched its “Thrivin’ and Drivin’ at 16” promo to mark its 16th year of operations in the Philippines. The promo offers discounts and easy monthly payment schemes for the Hyundai Eon, Accent, Elantra, Sonata, Veloster, Tucson, Santa Fe and Grand Starex models.

HARI said buyers may choose to avail of a discount as much as P100,000, or use the amount as a subsidy to reduce down payment or monthly amortization. They can also win iPhone 7 Plus and Macbook Pro gadgets, round-trip tickets to New York, London and Japan, or a new Veloster Turbo in a raffle draw.

HARI said its partner banks in the promo that runs until Aug. 21 are BPI, Chinabank Savings, Eastwest Bank, Maybank, RCBC and Security Bank.