Toyota’s team members need to be competent, motivated and committed to the objectives
of the company. We make every effort to provide opportunities for growth while ensuring
that people are treated fairly and with respect.
For existing employees
- The company offers extensive training courses and covers the costs of successful
participation in all such programmes:
- Has a Study Assistance Scheme for those studying toward tertiary and professional-institution
- Multi-Skilling Programme, designed to improve the skills of employees in the different
job categories they perform,
- Adult Basic Education programme.
For prospective employees and/or young trainees
- The Toyota Technical Education Programme (T-TEP) – an established and highly successful
apprentice training programme.
- The Toyota Institute for Technical Education and Training is central to the programme,
which provides an attractive and lucrative career path for young people, while promoting
loyalty to the dealer network and to Toyota.
- More than R3-million is allocated to the programme each year.
- A total of 12 educational institutions, including one in Botswana, benefit from
T-TEP, which was launched in 1990.
Employment Equity, strives to ensure that everyone involved is able to participate
in and benefit from the activities of the business in a fair manner.
- The company aims to ensure a culture of fair and equal opportunity;
- Facilitate social and business development through interaction with the communities
- Be active in affirmative procurement (develop a culture of procuring from small,
medium and micro enterprises) –
- Provide relevant information to Government