Mumbai: Volkswagen Group Sales India Academy, automotive training arm of The Volkswagen Group, announces the introduction of ‘Autotronics’, an exciting new programme, dedicated to excellence in automotive technical training.
Mr. Berndt A. Buchmann, Director, Volkswagen Group After Sales & Vehicle Logistics said, “We are proud to announce our association with Hindustan University, through the introduction of ‘Autotronics’, a special course designed by the Volkswagen Group Sales India Academy. The program aims at assisting the youth with accurate knowledge about modern automobile technologies through a certificate course. The Autotronics program will generate substantial manpower trained in a structured manner available as employable talent for the Volkswagen Group and their respective dealer networks of Audi, Lamborghini, Porsche, Skoda and Volkswagen brands.”
The Autotronics Program is a 1 year course, consists of 3 modules Mechanical, Electrical and Vehicle Systems also covering the advance technology in Safety Systems, Infotainment Systems, Body Repair and Diagnosis. The course is designed to enhance employability of the students aspiring to join the automobile sector bridging the gap between course curriculum offered by the institutes and special requirement from the automotive industry.
Through this program the company will provide support to selected institutes in terms of technical support, imparting training to faculties, providing aggregates, sub-assemblies and components of the latest automotive technologies employed in vehicles. The Institutes are equipped to provide state of the art infrastructure including well-appointed classrooms and a workshop facility with all the required tools and equipment as per Volkswagen standards. After successfully clearing the final exam, these students will then be declared as ‘Certified by Volkswagen Group Sales India Academy’, and will have enhanced employment opportunities at various Volkswagen Group dealerships across the country.
Since its inception in 2012, Volkswagen Group Sales India Academy has engaged in training hundreds of technicians and has successfully leveraged the training to create enhanced customer experiences.
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