HDCP aims to boost PH’s competitiveness in automotive industry
Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) recently inaugurated its first Hyundai Dream Centre Philippines (HDCP), which aims to provide vocational-technical training to Filipinos.
The HDCP seeks to enhance the skills of the local automotive workforce, open opportunities for underprivileged youth to begin with productive careers in the automotive industry, and boost the country’s competitiveness in the regional and global arenas.
HARI is privileged to be the first-ever distributor in the Hyundai global community to be chosen to design and implement the training courses, adapting these to the needs of the HDCP student/scholars and of the local Industry. The four previously established Dream Centres in Ghana, Indonesia, Cambodia, and Vietnam partnered with local vocational schools to design their courses.
HDCP’s pioneer batch consists of 45 male and female scholars who have demonstrated their aptitude and keenness to excel as Hyundai-trained automotive technicians.
Representatives from the national and local government who attended the HDCP launch congratulated and expressed support for Hyundai’s newest investment in the country, deemed a timely response to the national bid to enhance the skills and address gaps in the education of the local workforce.