Since 2007, PT Astra Daihatsu Motor has worked hard to support its “Pintar Bersama Daihatsu” vocational program by providing engines and parts as educational tools in vocational high schools.

“Pintar Bersama Daihatsu”, which means “Be Smart with Daihatsu”, is a collaboration between PT Astra Daihatsu Motor, the Provincial Education Department as well as the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture.


A Brief Report on the 26th AAF/TC3-JAMA Meeting

The Daihatsu Technical Skill Contest.



Together, they create an integrated vocational curriculum that can be seamlessly implemented to better prepare the students and teachers to face the reality of the automotive industry.

As part of the program, PT Astra Daihatsu Motor also organizes a Technical Skill Contest every year. It tests the teachers’ and students’ skills on their understanding of everything automotive.

The 3-stage contest begins with an online test and following that, qualifiers will participate in a regional contest where they work on actual cars. It ends on a high at the National Finals where the regional winners face each other to win a scholarship and also a trip abroad.

Every year at the Technical Skill Contest, the response is overwhelming. In 2016, a total of 9,562 people participated with 8,134 students and a record-high 1,428 teachers. In 2015, a total of 8,398 people participated, with 7,711 students and 687 teachers.

Ms. Amelia Tjandra, the Marketing Director of Astra Daihatsu Motor proudly announced, “By sending participants to this contest, everybody learns more about the automotive industry, the students, teachers and even the schools themselves. The participants take their experience to heart, gain confidence through everything they learn and improve their skills to better support the future of Indonesia’s automotive industry.”

PT Astra Daihatsu Motor understands that commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) is an important element of good corporate citizenship. With the overwhelming response from the teachers, students and schools, PT Astra Daihatsu Motor will continue its commitment to foster next-generation engineers for Indonesia in the future.


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