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The Otomotif College (TOC)

The Otomotif College (TOC) was established in 2005 with an industry-relevant curriculum based on experiential learning to produce the highly competent and qualified graduates who would meet the needs of the automotive industry.

A new generation of high-tech automotive technicians armed with computerized diagnostic tools and engine analyses have replaced the antiquated image of the auto-mechanic in a greasy apron and armed with a spanner. High-tech systems that were unknown 30 years ago are now common: stability and traction control systems, adaptive cruise control and variable valve timing, to name but a few.
At TOC, we foresaw these developments and moved quickly to invest in the kind of high-end equipment and facilities that ensure that our students are able to adapt to this rapidly evolving environment. Coupled with a staff of top-grade experienced trainers, sourced from around the world, we are able to engage students with technologically-advanced equipment and software to provide them with a constantly evolving, world-class automotive education.
In 2009, as a response to the growing importance and challenging dynamic of Malaysia’s motorsport industry, TOC instituted Malaysia’s first ever Diploma in Motorsport Technology. It’s part of a philosophy that sees TOC constantly pushing boundaries to remain at the forefront of automotive and motorsport education and to provide the best possible training, facilities and opportunities for our students and graduates.
In July 2012, TOC college is graded 5-Star by Department of Skills Development’s (DSD) under the Ministry of Human Resource, Malaysia in its inaugural audit of 2011.


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  • I quit my job of 5 years to follow my passion in the automotive industry, and opted to study at TOC instead to build my knowledge and skill. TOC's course is very hands-on, with emphasis on a clean and tidy environment to promote a standardised and disciplined way of working. Pursuing my diploma wasn't without its bumps and hurdles. I failed one of my papers, but failure teaches success, and that drove me to work even harder to become an outstanding achiever. I'm now working in Singapore as a senior lubrication technician. The opportunity came when I interned with my current employer. When my internship period ended, I was offered a permanent position within the company. It’s a good job as my role is akin to being a supervisor. There are also more modern cars in Singapore, so there’s more new technology to get familiar with.    I hope to continue my studies to ultimately work in a car manufacturer so that I can not only work in automotive servicing, but also in the research and design of new automobiles. I hope to specialise in Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) and hybrid systems as they will become the way for cars in the near future, and there aren’t many specialists yet.
    Terrance Moey Jun Ping from Kodiang, Kedah
  • I've always had a curiosity for cars. At TOC, my favourite subjects were the Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) and CAN-Bus systems. The instructors were really good at explaining the systems and bringing the lessons to life. I interned at Porsche Glenmarie, and am now working there as a service advisor. It’s a good place to get an in-depth look at Porsches and learn about how they work. I’m also undergoing management training: in the future I hope to be a part of car design and building
    Yap Lee Kiat (DAT)
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