Dubai Government Workshop trains workforce to develop inspection and diagnostic skills for Toyota Hybrid vehicles

The training is just one of the series of DGW workshops aimed at empowering employees which will enable them to contribute to achieving DGW's vision

  
Dubai Government Workshop trains workforce to develop inspection and diagnostic skills for Toyota Hybrid vehicles

Dubai Government Workshop (DGW) announced that it has organized a training course equipping its staff with inspection and diagnostic skills for Toyota Hybrid vehicles, as part of its commitment to develop and implement integrated training programs that enhance the skills and expertise of the workforce operating in various fields. The training is just one of the series of DGW workshops aimed at empowering employees which will enable them to contribute to achieving DGW’s vision focused on ensuring the safety of vehicles and delivering high-quality services, in line with Dubai Plan 2021.

Fahad Ahmed Al Raisi, Deputy Executive Director of DGW said: “We are committed to organizing training courses that will help develop the technical skills of our staff and provide them with the needed expertise which can help achieve excellence in DGW’s strategic plans. It seeks to provide customers with pioneering services in accordance with the highest international standards and best practices. This training was held to raise the efficiency of the technical staff testing and identifying problems in Toyota Hybrid vehicles, in line with our long-term goals of equipping employees with the ideal skills and contributing to enhancing customer satisfaction.”

He continued: "We are committed to ensuring the quality of our services in both the administrative and technical fields as well as making the best use of our human resources to improve government performance, in line with the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai."

Al Raisi added: “The training program was implemented in partnership with Al-Futtaim Motors, the exclusive distributor of Toyota vehicles in Dubai. The company strives to provide our workforce with the needed expertise, technical skills, as well as introduce them to the latest innovations and emerging technologies in the car manufacturing industry. We are keen to continue running these training courses to enrich the knowledge of our employees and provide them with new experiences that will help them keep pace with the rapid technological developments. This will enable them to be on par with the current and future requirements of our existing and potential customers.

The training course, which was held at DGW Headquarters, included a program where the staff had to examine and diagnose the various failures of hybrid vehicles and their impact on health and safety in line with the global trend in the use of clean energy, which falls within the UAE Vision 2030 in terms of achieving sustainability.

The course has educated the employees about the importance of carrying out maintenance and repair methods while observing health and safety requirements in hybrid operating systems, understand the components and functions of the inverter / HV transformer system, as well as the function of sensors on computers and hybrid system operators.

The training involved understanding the unique hybrid vehicle inspection process and enable the trainee to perform cylinder pressure test and analysis, explain the procedure when they are questioned, and demonstrate the maintenance process of ECB hybrid brake system precisely as well as replacing the transport fluid, which is essential in reducing maintenance costs.

Certificates of Completion were distributed to all trainees at the end of the training course. 

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