Toyota Opens Training Center in Georgia

A new Toyota training center was opened in Georgia's capital Tbilisi by Toyota Caucasus on November 27th.
The official opening ceremony was attended by training managers from the head office, partners from Ukraine and Russia, all the local and regional dealers, as well as representatives of state agencies, media and business sector. Among the honored guests were the Japanese Ambassador in Georgia Mr. Toshio Kaitani and Tbilisi City Hall.
The multi-functional training center,covering 850 m2, is equipped with the latest technologies, systems and devices. The center houses three section 4-ton cranes, a generated gas pumping system, a tire installation complex, an electrician training zone, a hybrid vehicles service system, a service training zone, theoretical training zones, two training zones for preparing service management specialists, and the simulation class Kaizen Dojo.
According to Toyota, the educational system will allow technicians to explore the latest technologies and develop highly professional service techniques for Toyota automobiles. 
Before selling on the regional market, a detailed preliminary study of all new automobiles will be carried out in order for Toyota's staff to present the products to the customers. 
“Every step in the direction of education and training causes a special resonance, an interest across the entire network of Toyota. We are glad that such an important project at the regional level, for the first time was carried out in Georgia,” stated Toyota Caucasus.
Toyota Caucasus plans advanced educational projects on a regional scale.
Toyota Caucasus (TCA) is Toyota’s official distributor in the region since 2006. The company’s headquarter is located in Tbilisi and covers Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Ana Akhalaia
03 December 2015 15:17