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News Kawasaki supporting apprentice training

Discussion in 'Motorcycling News' at netrider.net.au started by NetriderBot, May 4, 2016.

  1. Kawasaki Australia has donated a Ninja 300 to TAFE NSW, Sydney Institute, for vocational training purposes.

    It’s one of many donations around the world Kawasaki makes to encourage sustainable training, which will make students better equipped as they move into the workforce.

    Technical Service Department Assistant Manager at Kawasaki Motors Australia, Jeremy Fuller is a passionate advocate of the donation program explaining, “We have developed a strong relationship with TAFE through product donation and support over the years. We aim to provide the latest products and diagnostic service tools so that apprentice technicians can benefit from learning on modern machinery as opposed to dated products.”

    Read more at the Kawasaki Australia website.

    The post Kawasaki supporting apprentice training appeared first on Cycle Torque Magazine.

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