IPC turns over technical training tools to JZGMSAT TESDA school in Laguna

Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) and the Jacobo Z. Gonzales Memorial School of Arts and Trade (JZGMSAT) have signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) renewing its partnership for quality education and knowledge-sharing.

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The IPC and JZGMSAT partnership dates back to 2017 when IPC previously donated desktop computers, mock-up diesel engines, and 2 units of automotive lifters to the school which to this date are being utilized by their service mechanic trainees during their practical classes.

With the renewal of the partnership, IPC has turned over a new 4-post lifter with wheel aligner, and an Isuzu D-MAX pickup truck to TESDA CALABARZON Regional Director Baron Jose Lagran and JZGMSAT Vocational School Administrator Benito Reyes.

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Much like its Auto Mechanic school in Tacloban, IPC also included specialized training programs like Diesel Engine Technology, Common Rail Fuel System, and Engine Management System as part of the company’s knowledge-sharing initiatives in the MOA with JZGMSAT.

“It’s been six years since we started this partnership, and the continuous collaboration between IPC and JZGMSAT says a lot about the importance and sustainability of this program. More than the equipment we provided, it’s the culture of knowledge sharing that’s more important for us. With this, we are able to share with them our expertise on Diesel Engine Technology, so the trainees can have more advantage when they graduate,” said IPC president Tetsuya Fujita.