Toyota Material Handling UK will be hosting a careers stand alongside its main exhibition stand throughout IMHX 2016 to showcase the wide range of career opportunities available within the organisation.
Located at stand SK3 between halls 8 and 9 in the dedicated Future Skills Zone, the stand will be led by the training team alongside current service technician apprentices who will be available to talk about their experiences and display the skills they have learnt as part of their development programmes.
The stand is themed around the career paths you can take within Toyota and the different opportunities available to both young and experienced people within Toyota. During each day there will be live demonstrations of the practical skills which apprentice service technicians learn which will include mechanical engineering, fork lift truck servicing and fault finding along with the option to see some of the sales tools used to demonstrate key elements of Toyota’s equipment.
Commercial Director, Tony Wallis, said: “We are always looking towards the future at Toyota, whether that is in our technology or the development of our team. This is why we feel that having a stand dedicated to careers will help inform people about the opportunities a career with Toyota can provide and also the longevity it can lead to within our company.”
The stand will feature information on starting your career with Toyota and the potential avenues which you can take within the business.
Wallis added: “As technology along with the purchasing habits of our customers change, we are looking at innovative ways to engage with young people and help them to unlock their potential by becoming a part of the Toyota team. We work closely with colleges as part of our technician apprenticeship scheme and we also have a well-structured training programme for new members of our sales team to help them at the beginning of their career path with us.”
The careers stand at IMHX 2016 is located at stand SK3 between halls 8 and 9 of the main exhibition.