Isuzu PH Produces 18 New Service Technician Graduates
Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) has produced 18 new service technician graduates. This is made possible through IPC’s partnership with Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and World Vision Philippines.
The 18 service technicians completed their National Competency Certificate program, administered by the regional branch of TESDA that offers vocations for automotive servicing. IPC adds that the new graduates completed NC1 to NC4 training.
“We are beyond words of what we are now seeing to all the deserving new batch of scholars of Isuzu-TESDA Auto Mechanic Training Centers in Tacloban. As we all know that Tacloban has been devastated by the Typhoon Yolanda in Central Philippine island in 2013. This is the best time to tell the public that there is indeed a new hope, especially for the underprivileged yet deserving students,” said Senior Counselor of Isuzu Motors Ltd Yoshinori Ida.
IPC started to implement this scholarship project in 2008 and this year marks the 13th graduation ceremony of the Isuzu-TESDA Auto Mechanic Training Centers. The top three trainees among the new graduates were Jhon Kim Bobares, who was cited with honorable mention; Joeminel Cutcharo, valedictorian; and Deolito Galono, salutatorian.