The collaboration of Isuzu Malaysia with Jabatan Pebangunan Kemahiran (JPK) under the Ministry of Human Resources has reached another milestone at the 4th Convocation of Isuzu Technical School (ITS), realising the objectives and goals of the conception of ITS to develop skilled workforce to meet the market demands of Isuzu’s aftersales operation. In this occasion, ITS graduated its fourth batch of 7 apprentices at the convocation ceremony. Thus far successfully producing a total of 21 graduates over a span of 4 years.
Such a workforce is much needed currently to go hand-in-hand with the company’s expansion of its current model line-up and the growing Isuzu dealerships in the country. Mr. Kojima Nakamura, the CEO of Isuzu Malaysia said, “Graduates of ITS are in high demand as they have the exposure to the latest technology and are trained to meet the industry needs which is vital for business entities to remain competitive in today’s challenging business environment,”
ITS currently offers an 8-month course awarding the Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia – Level II (SKM II) in Service and Maintenance of commercial vehicles, The course is a combination of theory and practical as well as internship at the appointed service centres of Isuzu authorised dealers, as according to Mr. Andrew Devadas who also added, “ The experience, knowledge and exposure of this course would enable career growth to its pursuant,”
Interested applicants who passes the apt in this field can contact ITS through Isuzu Malaysia’s website www.isuzu.net.my