TMP Tech, a wellspring of auto service professionals

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TMP Tech graduating scholars, with representatives of sponsor organizations, officers of Toyota Dealers Association, TMP, and TMP Tech; and guest-of-honor TESDA-Laguna Provincial Director Pascual Arriola (front, 5th from left).

TOYOTA MOTOR PHILIPPINES School of Technology (TMP Tech), a premier automotive technical school based in Laguna, held the commencement exercises for Batch 8 of its two-year Toyota General Job Automotive Servicing Course.

A total of 92 graduates, who are now full-fledged Toyota Technicians, will soon join the country’s highly-skilled work force in auto service operations at Toyota dealerships nationwide. TMP Tech students are equipped through advanced training that combines the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) curriculum for Automotive Servicing Course (National Certification Levels I-IV) and Toyota’s Technical Education for Automotive Mastery in the 21st Century (TEAM 21).

The graduates’ skills gained through an intensive on-the-job training at local Toyota dealerships, on top of classroom lectures and workshop simulations, give them an edge in getting employed in the Toyota network.

Established six years ago, TMP Tech continues to be an agent of nation-building through quality technical education and skills development. It further provided new courses to develop more Filipino technicians requiring specialization in Automotive Body Repairing (NC II) and Automotive Body Painting and Finishing (NC I-II).