Mechanics and heavy equipment operators are the two mainstay professions to support the running of the industry and heavy equipment business engaged in the mining, construction, agriculture, and forestry sectors. To support business development that continues to increase and requires mechanics and heavy equipment operators for customers, the Company through the Karya Bakti United Tractors Foundation, runs an educational program, namely UT School which was established in 2008. Currently UT School is located in 19 regions of Indonesia, namely Medan, Pekanbaru , Palembang, Lampung, Jakarta, Semarang, Surabaya, Balikpapan, Banjarmasin, Samarinda, Batukajang, Sangata, Bontang, Bendili, Adaro Site, Separi, Tanjung Redeb, Makasar and Sorong. To equally educate the nation’s children, especially in the Eastern Indonesia Area, in 2022 UT School will open two new Learning Point points in Timika and Jayapura so that the total UT School class number is 21 Learning Points.
Following UT School’s vision, which is to become the Best Educational Institution for Mechanical Skills and Heavy Equipment Operators in the World, all UT School programs have been recognized by United Tractors, the Indonesian Heavy Equipment Association (AABI), the Indonesian Heavy Equipment Association (HINABI), as well as operators. Other heavy equipment is through the Indonesian Heavy Equipment Professional Certification Agency (LSP ABI). Until now, UT School has produced quality graduates, totaling approximately 27,000 graduates who have worked at UT and its subsidiaries and customers both at home and abroad.