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November 20, 2017

Yamaha and Don Bosco Yuva Kendra jointly aims “Centre of Excellence”, inaugurated Skill Training School


India Yamaha Motor, the Indian arm of Japanese two-wheeler maker, inaugurated its Yamaha Training School (YTS) at the premises of Don Bosco Yuva Kendra.

Yamaha and Don Bosco Yuva Kendra jointly aim to create a ‘Centre of Excellence’ where youngsters will receive two-wheeler technical training that will enable them to become expert two-wheeler technicians. Thereafter, they could be employed gainfully at Yamaha dealerships to offer productive contributions to the society. Technical experts from Yamaha are conducting the YTS program on behalf of the company.

“The existing skills gap in the industry can be reduced by imparting technical training to younger generations, as India is on its way to becoming an economic powerhouse. Yamaha as a brand catering to youngsters has addressed the matter with great responsibility,” said Masaki Asano, Managing Director, Yamaha Motor India Sales. “United in vision & aspirations with today’s young generation, Yamaha’s drive of transformation enabled by training young talents and providing placement assistance will empower them to be job-ready, living up to the expectation of Yamaha being a socially responsible company.”

Yamaha has also signed an MoU with the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), Government of India last year under which certification will be provided by National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT) – which is a national recognition for such endeavors and are in sync with the national agendas like ‘Skill India’ and ‘Make in India’.

“Yamaha is the first and only two-wheeler manufacturer to offer this unique course certified by the Government of India,” Ravinder Singh, Vice President, Strategy and Planning, Yamaha Motor India Sales. Yamaha said that it also plans to launch YTS across India to encourage the relatively indigent youngsters to master Yamaha technology and get employed at Company dealerships.

As part of its CSR initiative, India Yamaha Motor is poised to adopt Government/Private Technical Institutes and to partner with reputed NGOs across India to launch Yamaha Training Schools with Yamaha Technical Academy (YTA) certification. Yamaha has now inaugurated a total of 22 Yamaha Training Schools across India.

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