Hyundai Assan continues to support training to increase diagnostic quality and customer satisfaction with the experienced and expert personnel at its authorized services. Hyundai Assan, which first contributed to education by opening a Hyundai Class at Istanbul Küçükyalı Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School, donated 2 cars, engines and necessary technical equipment to the school. Technical high school students and teachers will use these equipment only for learning purposes and will take initiative to provide service to the sector with more experienced experts in the future. Hyundai Assan also offers an internship program at dealerships for students. Graduates will be employed as certified technicians at Hyundai Assan Authorized Services.
Making the speech of the opening ceremony attended by the Deputy Minister of National Education, Maltepe District Governor, Istanbul Provincial and District National Education Administrators, the Consul General of the Republic of Korea in Istanbul and Hyundai Assan senior management, Hyundai Assan President and CEO Sangsu Kim emphasized the importance of their support to education and expressed his feelings in the best way possible. he stated.
Sangsu Kim said, “Hyundai Assan continues to provide employment opportunities to thousands of people and contribute to economic development in Turkey for more than 25 years. As Hyundai, we provide scholarships to high school and university students every year and donate educational tools and equipment. We do our best to train excellent human resources. Additionally, we work with the Education Foundation to support the establishment of kindergartens and primary schools in the Malatya region. "I hope that this modern technology education center, which is a part of the friendly relationship between Turkey and Korea and also a source of great happiness for us, will be beneficial and auspicious for all students," he said.
Hyundai Assan will continue to contribute to technical schools and education in many regions of Turkey, especially in Istanbul.