Jaguar Land Rover seeks apprenticeships

Automotive firm Jaguar Land Rover is looking for more than 40 Advanced Apprenticeships of over 16-year-olds wanting a career within the automotive industry.

Automotive firm Jaguar Land Rover is looking for more than 40 Advanced Apprenticeships of over 16-year-olds wanting a career within the automotive industry.

Apprentices will undergo a 36-48 month programme, with an initial  period at college where they would earn an NVQ2 in performing engineering operations, an NVQ3 in the chosen trade pathway and a technical certificate, as well as developing wider key skills.

Following the initial training period, apprentices will begin work at Castle Bromwich, Gaydon, Halewood, Solihull or Whitley, continuing studies on a  day-to-day basis, with the opportunity to complete a City & Guilds, HNC or foundation degree, depending on business needs.

Applications will be taken until 5 May 2009.

Des Thurlby, HR director, Jaguar Land Rover, says: “Jaguar Land Rover is  committed to the training and development of a world class workforce and the Advanced Apprenticeship programme is another important step in ensuring a future generation of engineering talent to drive the business forward.”   

Find out more by logging on to www.jaguarlandrovercareers.com

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