Toyota opens New World-Class Training Centre
Toyota Motor Corporation Australia Limited (TMCA) has officially opened a high-tech training complex in Sydney - the company's third significant new premises in NSW over the past two years.
The new training facility in suburban Moorebank completes TMCA's move from its previous national sales and marketing headquarters at Woolooware Bay in Sydney's south.
TMCA's relocation has also included the commissioning of its newest and largest parts distribution centre in Sydney's west in late 2018 and moving its NSW headquarters to Sydney Olympic Park in late 2019.
The new two-level 5,000 sq.m. training centre has a footprint that is almost 70-per-cent larger than the company's previous single-level teaching facility. It incorporates an 18-bay service workshop, diagnostics bays with hoists, and multiple classrooms including five with vehicle access.
Opening the training centre, TMCA President and CEO Matthew Callachor said the development of the three new premises confirmed the commitment of Toyota and Lexus to their customers and to the broader community in NSW and Australia.
"All these new premises build on our proud history of more than half a century of vehicle sales and service to our valued customers, in addition to being a significant employer and an active member of the community," Mr Callachor said.
"Provision of world-class training - whether for technicians with the latest diagnostic tools or for other dealership staff honing their management skills - is all about improving the overall customer experience," he said.