MUSCAT: Hyundai Motor opened its newest Hyundai Dream Centre — an automotive training and educational facility — in Kenya. The new Dream Centre is the seventh global institute established by Hyundai Motor, following Dream Centres founded in Ghana, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Philippines and Peru.
Hyundai Motor held the inauguration ceremony at the Dream Centre, located at the National Industrial Training Authority’s (NITA) Athi River Campus in Nairobi. Bang Sun Jeong, Vice President at Hyundai Motor Company and Head of Middle East and Africa Headquarters, extended his congratulations via video.
“The Hyundai Dream Centre Kenya expects to help underserved youths with practical education in automotive maintenance and opportunities for employment through Hyundai Motor’s wide network,” said Jeong. “Outstanding students will be given field training opportunities at Hyundai Motor’s service and dealership networks as well as industry placements and employment opportunities that ensues after graduation.”