VI Motors recently extended a complimentary Autel Training session to students enrolled in the Auto Programme at the Virgin Islands School of Technical Studies (VISTS), fostering the next generation of automotive professionals in the Territory.

The training opportunity was offered during VI Motors’ week-long session with Autel National Trainer Eliseo Rodriguez and NAPA Distribution Sales Manager Tony Saladrigas.

284 Media’s Jhaka Wooding caught up with stakeholders at the event.


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VI Motors firmly believes in investing in local youth and nurturing their passion for automotive excellence. It commended the VISTS principals, Mr. Willis Potter and Mrs. Elecia Todman, as well as dedicated auto instructor Mr. Brendan Brodie, for warmly welcoming the training initiative.

The complimentary Autel Training session provided VISTS auto students with a unique opportunity to learn from highly skilled industry professionals. It covered cutting-edge diagnostic tools, emerging automotive technologies, and best practices to equip the next generation with the skills to thrive in the evolving field.

Initiatives like this training directly aligns with VI Motors’ desire to uplift the community and contribute to the development of a skilled local workforce prepared for careers in the automotive sector.

As the Territory’s automotive industry continues to grow and advance, collaboration between educational institutions like VISTS and private sector partners is vital to ensure a steady pipeline of talented, well-trained professionals.

By investing time and resources into engaging with students, VI Motors aims to inspire young minds, foster their interests, and play a role in shaping the future leaders of the BVI’s automotive community.