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Toyota, official Partner for the Automobile Technology skill at WorldSkills Kazan 2019


21.08.2019, 06:40

As a partner of WorldSkills Kazan 2019, Toyota will provide workstations with 12 engines, 12 vehicles, and more than 2,000 spare parts for the Automobile Technology skill competition. Moreover, Toyota representatives will provide technical support in several skills in the sector of Transportation and Logistics.

The Competition will take place in Kazan, Russia, from 22 to 27 August and gather about 1,300 young professionals from the 63 WorldSkills member countries and regions.

The 36 Competitors at the Automobile Technology skill will need in-depth knowledge of vehicle design, components, spare parts, materials, and tools. They will work promptly and efficiently to demonstrate their skills and make the grade in the competition. Toyota, recognized for its superior quality and reliability, will provide its vehicles and components to determine the best technicians at WorldSkills Kazan 2019.

In the vehicles provided by the Japanese automotive manufacturer, Competition Organizers will artificially introduce various faults in the engines, including complex ones, that the Competitors will need to repair. Experts of TransTechService, Toyota’s authorized dealer in Kazan, will oversee the repair quality and give feedback to the participants in case of deficiencies by showing them the correct repair technique.

Genuine quality components in vehicles will be replaced with defective ones. Competitors will be required to use their expertise to identify failures, faults, or signs of misuse. The Automobile Technology skill will be judged by Experts of the Business Car Dealer Group, one of Toyota’s major partners in Russia.

The Japanese company, with more than 80 years of expertise in building vehicles, shares the ethos of professional excellence and top-class workmanship reflected by WorldSkills as a major global Competition in the sphere and has supported national WorldSkills events in the U.S. and Japan for a long time.

“Our cooperation with Toyota allows us to incorporate the expertise and top professional standards of a major global automotive manufacturer into the WorldSkills Competition. WorldSkills believes in the importance of constant upgrading of professionals for the development of industry and society in general, a value that the multinational company shares with us. We greatly appreciate our partnership with Toyota,” said Alexander Amiri, Director of Sponsorship and Partnership of WorldSkills.

This is also confirmed by Tatyana Khalyavskaya, Marketing Director of Toyota Motor LLC in Russia. “Professional advancement of automotive technicians is a prerequisite for the development of the modern high-technology society pursued by Toyota. Our support for WorldSkills Kazan 2019 raises the profile of technical professions in Russia in general and highlights the importance of training and development of vehicle maintenance and repair personnel. Their professionalism and proficiency are key to long-time quality and reliability of Toyota cars and a high customer satisfaction level.”

Toyota has created a unique educational and specialists training system. The system includes not only training in service techniques, but also all-round professional development from basic level to advanced. Toyota also regularly holds its own maintenance and repair competitions for dealership personnel across the globe, including Russia, where 12 national skills competitions took place.

WorldSkills Kazan 2019

WorldSkills Kazan 2019 will be held from August 22-27. Close to 1,300 competitors from 63 WorldSkills Member countries and regions will compete in 56 skills. This will be the largest international event in Russia in 2019.

Kazan was awarded the right to hold the event in 2015, after a vote of WorldSkills Members. WorldSkills Russia works in all 85 regions of the country and is one of the priority projects for the federal government in the field of personnel training and economic development.

Press Office of WorldSkills Kazan 2019 Competition Organizer