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Scholarships for technicians,
automobile mechanics open

The GM Advance Technician Training Center and the GM Advanced Technician Training Program operated by Dynamic Technical Training is calling all automotive mechanics and technicians in Bacolod City to apply for its 14-week instructor and web-based training scholarship for January next year.

Moises de la Cruz, Public Employment Service Office manager and executive assistant to the Mayor of Bacolod, yesterday said the scholarship is open to all automotive mechanics and technicians aged 24 to 40, have a minimum of one year automotive course, and two years experience as an all-around technician.

He said this is a free scholarship program sponsored by GM Middle East Operations to ensure a consistent supply of highly skilled and specialized GM Advanced Technicians to the GM Middle East Dealers and their dealerships.

The students are provided with dormitories with A/C, in-house canteen, computer room with A/C, recreation room, training books, uniform and complete beddings, laundry, P15,000 monthly stipend, P15,000 graduation bonus, no tuition fees and no recruitment fees upon employment, and a minimum monthly net income of $700 or P30,172.41.

The program provides local job seekers a unique chance to transform their careers, learn new techniques, and be able to work for a company overseas, de la Cruz said.

Interested applicants may visit www.gmattc.com or visit PESO for more information about the scholarship.*LTG

 

 

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