Isuzu Technical School graduates head to workshops

By JAY WONG | 12 September 2017

SHAH ALAM: Isuzu Technical School held a convocation ceremony for five trainees who graduated with Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia Level II.

The certificate in Commercial Vehicle : Service & Maintenance covered both theory and practical angles.

The trainees were Muhammad Asbullah Mohd Syaripuddin, 19; Mohammad Syahrulnizam Che Omar, 22; Nazirul Azri Umar, 25; Ahmad Suhail Ahmad Suhaimi, 19; and Muhammad Azim Zulkifli, 19.

The best student award was won by Mohammad Syahrulnizam.

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Isuzu Malaysia chief executive officer Kenji Matsuoka (right) presenting the Best Student Award to Isuzu Technical School graduate Mohammad Syahrulnizam Che Omar.

Upon their graduation, the five will be posted in Isuzu service centres in Alor Star, Sungai Petani, Seremban, Melaka and Batu Caves, Kuala Lumpur.

The five were advised to carry out their duties with commitment and strive for quality workmanship and continuous improvement.

They were also told to treat the vehicles of the customers like their own and do a final check before handing vehicles back to their owners.

Also present at the ceremony were Isuzu Malaysia chief executive officer Kenji Matsuoka and SLDN (Sistem Latihan Dual Nasional) director Mohamad Yaakob.