KTB Holds EURO 4 Technology Workshop for Vocational Teachers and Students
PT Krama Yudha Tiga Berlian Motors (KTB) again held a corporate social responsibility (CSR) activity entitled KTB Fuso Vocational Education Program (KTB Fuso VEP) which took place on 12-30 September 2022.
This year’s KTB FUSO VEP series was held in two training agendas and involved more than 300 participants. The first agenda is the Automotive Training for Vocational Teachers which will take place on 12-16 September 2022 at the Training Center – KTB, Jakarta. Followed by Automotive Training for Vocational High School Students which will be held in two batches for the period 19-30 September 2022 at 15 Fuso partner vocational schools located in Medan, Palembang, Lampung, Jakarta, Bandung, Kebumen, Solo, Malang, Mojokerto, Pontianak and Makassar. .
The annual KTB FUSO VEP activity is a form of KTB’s commitment to the sustainable development of vocational education in Indonesia. During the 2017-2020 period, KTB has also donated Colt Diesel light duty trucks to 15 Fuso partner vocational schools as practical learning media for vocational students to align the vocational education curriculum with the latest technological developments from the industrial world.
This activity was supported by instructors from KTB and Krama Yudha Tiga Berlian Motors Regional Training Center (KRTC) to share theoretical and practical knowledge with teachers and vocational students regarding the latest EURO 4 engine technology on Mitsubishi Fuso products, namely Canter and Fighter X. .
Director of Sales & Marketing Division – KTB Duljatmono conveyed in his official broadcast on Monday (26/9) that the success of implementing the EURO 4 policy is not only determined by the development of technology and product features as a whole, but also from the support of skilled and industry-savvy human resources as well. be an important element in this regard.
“Therefore, it is very important for industry-based technical coaching and training to be carried out in a sustainable manner through close collaboration between industry players and educational institutions, one of which is vocational schools,” he added.
Through the implementation of KTB FUSO VEP, KTB hopes to have a positive impact on the development of quality vocational education in order to be able to adapt and contribute to the pace of industrial development in Indonesia.