Isuzu Motors India inaugurated
a new ‘Regional Training Centre’ in New Delhi. Located at Mohan Cooperative
Industrial Area, the new training centre will impart comprehensive training to
the service personnel including service managers, advisors and technicians of
growing Isuzu dealer partners in the North and other neighbouring regions.
The new training centre adds
to the existing facility already operational in Chennai, since 2014. The
facility was inaugurated by the top management of Isuzu Motors India in the
presence of a few dealer partners and staff.
The new regional training
centre will offer specialised training to Isuzu dealer technicians on various
technical and service related aspects, apart from skill enhancement. The
modules, comprising class-room and practical training in live work-bays, will
comprehensively cover areas from periodic maintenance to advanced level of
drivetrain management. The training centre can impart training to 15-20 dealer
personnel per batch and the training will be handled by dedicated Isuzu
authorised service trainers.
Ken Takashima, Deputy Managing
Director, Isuzu Motors India said, “Training and Development has always been at
the core of ISUZU operations. Being a leading manufacturer of commercial
vehicles globally, Isuzu believes training dealer technicians is one of the key
pillars of providing higher service quality and ensuring customer delight. We
are committed to offering the ‘right products and services’ in India as well
and this training centre will further enhance the skill and competence in the
Source: Isuzu Motors India
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