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Growing its 'knowledge-sharing culture,' IPC signs MOA with JZGMSAT

Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) and the Jacobo Z. Gonzales Memorial School of Arts and Trade (JZGMSAT) signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) at the JZGMSAT office in Binan, Laguna last September 3.

Growing its 'knowledge-sharing culture,' IPC signs MOA with JZGMSAT
Isuzu MOA signing
This was the second MOA signing between IPC and JZGMSAT. The first was on July 3, 2017, wherein IPC donated three mock-up/cutaway engines and implemented its Diesel Engine Technology Training Program to JZGMSAT students enrolled in the Automotive Servicing course.

In the September 3 MOA signing, IPC turned over two Automotive Lifters, another mock-up Isuzu engine, and five computers. The addition of the Lifters are seen to help the students accomplish their NC3 Automotive Servicing accreditation. After the signing, JZGMSAT trainees performed a demonstration of their servicing skills.

Alumni of the JZGMSAT Automotive Servicing course were also on hand to convey their special message during the formal signing ceremonies.

IPC President Hajime Koso remarked during his speech before students and guests at the signing ceremony that, as IPC has remained true to its mantra of being "Your Responsible Partner," it has always prioritized efforts to contribute "to the progress of society."

Without a progressive society, no business will grow. IPC’s goal, then, is to help create a knowledge-sharing culture in the Philippines. That is why we invest on knowledge. Knowledge inspires innovation.  Innovation, on the other hand, is the key to a progressive, healthy economy," Mr. Koso said.  

IPC first trained 12 CALABARZON-TESDA Automotive Trainers on Diesel Engine Technology at the IPC Plant in June 2017, in preparation for the first MOA between IPC and JZGMSAT. The full implementation of the training program for the initial batch of 114 JZGMSAT students was held July 2017 to May 2018.

The training program covered topics such as: Direct and Indirect Fuel Injection; Valve trains; Carbon Dioxide Reduction Technology; Common Rail Fuel Injection, and; Engine Management System.

The new MOA signed this September will add the Isuzu PUV Modernized Jeepney Model Product Review to the training program scheduled for 2020. This includes topics on the main features and specifications of the modernized Isuzu PUVs, and familiarization of their drivetrain and under chassis components.

Under the new MOA, IPC will also provide an opportunity to qualified JZGMSAT students for possible employment in Isuzu dealerships that need technicians.

Growing its 'knowledge-sharing culture,' IPC signs MOA with JZGMSAT
)From left to right) Mr. Shojiro Sakoda – Vice President, Isuzu Philippines Corporation; Mr. Hajime Koso -  President, Isuzu Philippines Corporation; Mr. Florencio Sunico Jr. – TESDA Regional Director; Mr. Pascual Ariola – Provincial Director; and Mr. Benito Reyes – Vocational School Administrator
The MOA signing was witnessed by representatives of IPC, JZGMSAT, and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).  Signing the MOA were IPC President Hajime Koso, JZGMSAT Vocational School Administrator III Benito Reyes, and TESDA Regional Director Florencio Sunico, Jr.

Topics: Isuzu Philippines Corporation , Jacobo Z. Gonzales Memorial School of Arts and Trade , Diesel Engine Technology Training Program
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