Apollo Tyres starts the third round of training for technicians
The Hungarian subsidiary of India-based Apollo Tyres is launching its third round of specialized technicians training, through which 120 students will be able to gain theoretical and practical knowledge and skills in the field before joining the tire company as employees, according to a press release issued today.
After finishing their academic year in secondary school, the students will start their theoretical training in July in Gyöngyös, and that will be followed by a ten-week-long practical training in Apollo Tyres’ Indian and Dutch facilities, the company said.
The training is aimed at enabling the technicians to start working on the production lines at Appolloʼs Gyöngyöshalász facility once they graduate, the company said.
“We are pleased that Apollo Tyres OKJ training will start its third round, and 120 new technicians will be joining the Apollo family,” said Tibor Bányai, head of human resources at Apollo Tyres Hungary. “For us, it is very important that future employees will be aware of all of the points of the factory and for this the Hungarian and the foreign trainings are essential. Of course we pay attention to the fact that our new colleagues know the Apollo processes in theory and in practice.”
The first round of training involved 66 technicians and the second round involved 78 technicians, the company said. When this latest group graduates by yearʼs end, there will be more than 250 highly qualified technicians at Apollo Tyres Hungary, the company said.
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