A ceremony was held in Hanoi on March 20 to present the equipment to the University of Transportation Technology and Hanoi University of Industry in Hanoi.
Meanwhile, similar events will be held in three others in Ho Chi Minh City to hand over the equipment to three other facilities in Ho Chi Minh City.
The gifts include three used car models of Corolla, Camry and Vios, four Toyota gearboxes, three car bodies and 15 car doors, aiming to improve practical skills of trainees, along with T-TEP standardised manuals.
Do Thu Hoang, Deputy General Director of the firm, said that the T-TEP has been launched since 200 with an aim of supporting technical training in Vietnam by improving the learning and practicing conditions for trainees.
TMV is also willing to give occupational opportunities for the trainees after their graduation, she added.
So far, TMV has introduced the T-TEP to five vocational training centres of five technology universities and colleges across the country, which has benefited 2,400 students, 536 of whom has been accepted to work at TMV system in Vietnam.