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Porsche Training and Recruitment Center Asia to celebrate commencement of new Porsche Mechatronics

The Porsche Training and Recruitment Center Asia (PTRCA) will celebrate the commencement of its 9th batch of scholars this Saturday, 31 August 2013. Sixteen students were carefully selected by Porsche officials and have undergone complete training to prepare them for their roles as certified Porsche Mechatronics to be deployed in various Porsche Centers worldwide. These scholars will be added to the 127 PTRCA graduates who are currently employed in Porsche Centers located in the Middle East, Latin America and Southeast Asia.

Establish in April 2008, the PTRCA is the first Porsche technical training facility outside of Germany made possible through the partnership of Porsche, PGA Cars and Don Bosco Technical Institute. The program aims to provide technical training complete with Porsche training vehicles and special tools, English language training, financial support and employment to underprivileged but deserving Filipino youths.

For more information please contact Porsche Center Philippines at 7270381 to 85 or visit its showroom located at 201 EDSA Mandaluyong City, Philippines.

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