Building the Skills Base of Modern Global Automakers
Two Philippine-based technical and vocational education training centers are showing what’s needed to align the skills of workers with the needs of modern automakers.
As economies prosper around the world so, too, does the demand for new motor vehicles. And along with that demand, automakers also need to keep up with new standards and innovations in the industry, both for manufacturing and for after sales service.
These pressures are putting an increasing strain on finding workers with the right skill sets for the modern automotive industry
In the Philippines, two technical vocational education and training (TVET) institutions—the Don Bosco Technical Institute of Makati and Toyota Motor Philippines School of Technology (TMP Tech)—are tackling the challenges faced by the industry through industry led training programs.
Last updated: November 2016
The views expressed in these articles are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Asian Development Bank, its management, its Board of Directors, or its members.