Hyundai partners with Savannah Technical College to develop workforce training program

May 12, 2023
The company and trade school signed a memorandum of understanding, which will allow for the development of an Electric Vehicle Professional certificate.

Hyundai Motor Group Metaplant America (HMGMA) and Savannah Technical College (STC) are partnering to create a new workforce training program at the university. The company and trade school signed a memorandum of understanding, which will allow for the development of an Electric Vehicle Professional certificate, preparing those who complete the program for an entry-level position with HMGMA. The three-course, eight-credit-hour certificate will educate students on safe and effective automotive shop operations, automotive electrical principles, and operation and service of electric vehicles.

In a recent quote, STC President Dr. Kathy Love said, “Everything we do at Savannah Technical College is about workforce development for our region. We are proud to partner with HMGMA to help train their workforce. We appreciate their input to develop this short-term, specialized training certificate.”

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