Fiat opens its training centre in Pune


Fiat opened its first state-of-the-art training centre at Ranjangaon in Pune in an effort to train its personnel in meeting global standards in manufacturing and after sales service

 

 

Enrico Antanasio, MD of Fiat Group India inaugurating the centre

 

 

Fiat Group Automobiles Private Limited India (FGAIPL) inaugurated its first state-of-the-art training centre at Ranjangaon, in Pune in order to replicate the group’s international standards in technical and soft skills training. The training centre is partnered with U-NETVERSITY, Fiat’s global training school which will conduct and oversee the entire program to train the employees.

 

The whole facility will have 3 classrooms with audio visual support and experts from Fiat, Italy and Chrysler USA to train the employees. The entire range of Fiat vehicles will be made available to the technicians for systems and support parts study, and more importantly for the employees to get an understanding of the design and development of Fiat vehicles.

 

The training programme will include a module of studying web-based and remote access learning tools and working on the latest diagnostic tools for enhanced understanding of the systems and processes of the company. Throwing some light on the real objective behind this programme Enrico Antanasio, Managing Director of FGAIPL said, “With this programme we hope to develop highly skilled and trained manpower that will cater to the automobile industry and serve our customers better by ensuring end to end process standardization and execution.”

 

With the aim of enabling employees with the most effective training, the program is designed to support the systems in Fiat and Chrysler such as those for warranty part supply. Experts from Fiat Power Train will conduct special sessions to provide knowledge and expertise to replicate the best practices in power train manufacturing processes. 

 

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