American automobile giant Ford has launched a couple of new products in India this year. They gave their Fiesta and Endeavour a much awaited refreshment in terms of design. Other than product launches they are also focussing on creating talented and skilled professionals for the auto sector.
Ford India has now inaugurated their fourth Automotive Student Service Educational Training facility. They have tied up with Don Bosco Centre of Learning, which is is Kurla, Mumbai. The automobile manufacturer has setup its facility at St. Joseph's Industrial Training Institute.
The Automotive Student Service Educational Training facility was inaugurated by P.K. Umashankar, Vice-President, Customer Service Operations, Ford India. Also present at the event were Father Adolph Furtado, Director, Don Bosco Centre for Learning and Father Colbert da Silva, Executive Director, Don Bosco.
P.K. Umashankar, Vice President, Customer Service Operations, Ford India, commented, "After the successful launch in Pune last week, we are delighted to come to Mumbai to provide world class automotive training to students in the state of Maharashtra."
He further added, "We are focused to make Ford ASSET program the primary source of trained pool of technicians for Ford dealers and look to expand to more cities in the coming year. With the launch of the program, we have truly created a real asset that will not only help students with better growth and employment prospects but also the automobile industry with skilled workforce."
Ford has so far successfully inaugurated their training facilities in Mumbai and Pune. Their goal is to open ten more facilities in the coming year 2015. The manufacturer plans to provide a solid training centre for students who opt for the Motor Mechanic Vehicle curriculum.