TechPro2: A Brand New Look For The Specialised training project’s website

CNH Industrial and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) present the new website for their TechPro2 initiative: a brand new look, new contents, and new features dedicated to students, dealers and workshops that are looking for new talent for their businesses.

TechPro2 is a professional training project set up in 2008 as the result of a collaboration between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and CNH Industrial together with the Salesians ofDon Bosco. The programme provides professional vocational training for young people. Its aim is to find, train and place highly qualified personnel in the automotive and commercial vehicles sector, especially within the authorised CNH Industrial and FCA networks. This is also being done with the help of the Salesians ofDon Bosco. This initiative has expanded over the years and today counts some 55 vocational training centres around the world, with more than 9,300 students and has provided more than 240 thousand hours of professional training, in eight different languages.

The new website – techpro2.com – has a brand new look, contents and functionalities that have been updated so that students, dealers and workshops can all access information in a simple and efficient manner, presenting both new employment opportunities and qualified personnel for businesses. In addition to being able to find all the information concerning the project and its developments in the different areas of the world where it is active, students can also directly contact the schools whose detailed information and training courses are listed on the new site.

Operators in the sector, such as workshops and dealers looking for new and qualified staff, can alternatively get in touch with the schools in order to set up internships or new career paths for those students who are nearing the end of their professional training.

Another important update to this website is that students and professionals have the possibility to fill in an online form through which, a message will automatically be sent both to the schools concerned as well as the respective project managers at CNH Industrial and in FCA. This allows for the progress of the project to be constantly monitored. As such, the TechPro2 initiative fulfils its two objectives: to guide young people from disadvantaged backgrounds that are looking for concrete job opportunities into the labour market, as well as to meet the needs of specialised operators for the various FCA and CNH Industrial authorised dealerships and workshops.

CNH Industrial N.V. (NYSE: CNHI /MI: CNHI) is a global leader in the capital goods sector with established industrial experience, a wide range of products and a worldwide presence. Each of the individual brands belonging to the Company is a major international force in its specific industrial sector: Case IH, New Holland Agriculture and Steyr for tractors and agricultural machinery; Case and New Holland Construction for earth moving equipment; Iveco for commercial vehicles; Iveco Bus and Heuliez Bus for buses and coaches; Iveco Astra for quarry and construction vehicles; Magirus for firefighting vehicles; Iveco Defence Vehicles for defence and civil protection; and FPT Industrial for engines and transmissions.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), the seventh-largest automaker in the world, designs, engineers, manufactures and sells passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, components and production systems worldwide. The Group’s automotive brands are: Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Jeep, Lancia, Ram, SRT, Ferrari and Maserati, in addition to Mopar, the parts and service brand. The Group’s businesses also include Comau (production systems), Magneti Marelli (components) and Teksid (iron and castings). FCA is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (“FCAU”) and the Mercato Telematico Azionario inMilan (“FCA”).

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