What is an apprenticeship?
AAn apprenticeship is a paid job where the employee learns and gains valuable on the job experiences. An apprenticeship includes paid employment with holiday entitlement, hands on experience in the role undertaken, at least 20% off the job training and formal assessment leading to a nationally recognised qualification.
Who are apprenticeships for?
AApprenticeships are for people over the age of 16.  Anyone can apply.  Most apprentices are early in their career, looking to improve their skills or looking for a career change.
What types of apprenticeships do you do?
AWe deliver apprenticeships in the automotive industry.  Our range of apprenticeships include;

  • Autocare Technician
  • Specialist Tyre Operative
  • Motor Vehicle Service and Maintenance
  • Vehicle Damage Assessor
  • Vehicle Damage: Mechanical, Electrical and Trim
  • Vehicle Damage Paint Technician
  • Vehicle Damage Panel Technician
What are the benefits of doing an apprenticeship?
AApprenticeships are an exciting work opportunity where you gain experience whilst getting paid. Other benefits include

  • Skills and experience development
  • Gain a nationally recognised qualification
  • A wage and employee benefits such as holiday entitlement
  • Work with experienced industry professionals
What levels of apprenticeship are there?
AThere are 4 levels of apprenticeship

  • Intermediate – Level 2 which is equivalent to GCSE
  • Advanced – Level 3 which is equivalent to A Level
  • Higher – Level 4,5,6,7 which is equivalent to foundation degree and above
  • Degree – Level 6 and 7 which is equivalent to Bachelors or Masters Degree

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