Yamaha Motor India has joined hands with Automotive Skills Development Council (ASDC) for affiliation of their course running at Yamaha Training School. The Japanese automaker is the only two-wheeler maker in India with ASDC approved training program for “Automotivee Service Technician” category under its CSR activity. Read More – Yamaha Nozza Grande Scooter Is India Bound
Taking forward YMIS’s 10 year vision, “Yamaha Training School” project was started to support the society in the field of education, employment and entrepreneurship under its CSR Project. Through Yamaha Training School technical training is imparted to underprivileged, school dropouts and less educated youngsters including girls, at fully equipped training centers and thus, ensures their employment at Yamaha network. They can also start their own service station by getting Yamaha’s certificate as well as financial support from the banks. Read More – Upcoming Yamaha Bikes & Scooters in India
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Masaki Asano, Managing Director, Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd said: “At present, there is a huge skills gap in the industry and a large number of youngsters are pushed towards unemployment due to lack of technical skills. This platform was envisaged to facilitate the economically weaker youngsters (Male and Female) to obtain job oriented technical training in two-wheeler repair and servicing that meets industry standards. With ASDC coming on board, Yamaha is hopeful of improving lives of many people by creating job opportunities for them. ” Read More – Yamaha Fazer 250 Launching This Festive Season
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Ravinder Singh, Senior Vice President, Strategy and Planning, Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd said: “The recognition comes as an added advantage to YTS students because the ASDC certificates issued to successful students are well recognized within automobile industry in India. The duration of the course is 10 Months, which meets specific industry requirement where successful candidates are awarded with NSQF 3 & NSQF 4 certification, along with this the students will get Bronze Certificate from Yamaha and the successful students will be placed at Yamaha Network. Yamaha will also support in setup of small workshop for brilliant and interested student in the batch and the interested students will get loan from Mudra Bank to become an entrepreneur.”
As on date, Yamaha has 31 operational YTS institutions Pan India and 6 are in pipeline. In 2017, Yamaha has planned on opening 15 additional Yamaha Training Schools, which will make the figures reach 52 by the end of 2017.