The Jaguar Land Rover News Room and the Business Desk.com reported on the opportunities available for young people within Jaguar Land Rover. In the Automotive industry, Jaguar Land Rover are the largest recruiter of apprentices across the whole of the UK, currently totaling half of all of the apprentice places in the industry. For 2014-2015 school leavers, Jaguar Land Rover were ranked the highest as an employer, that are running their award winning apprenticeship scheme within six of their UK sites.
The course offers a choice of two options. Both include an ideal balance of work place experience with great opportunities in pioneering development of both Land Rover and Jaguar vehicles and classroom learning. The first choice for applicants to apply for is the four year Advanced Apprenticeship which is for GCSE level students. Or there is a six year Higher Apprenticeship route aimed at A-level candidates.
“I feel very proud to be working for Jaguar Land Rover and have learned so much during my first years with the company and at college. The icing on the cake was being there when our brand-new facility was opened by The Queen.” said Lauren Quinn, one of the Advanced Apprentices, currently working at the brand new Engine Manufacturing Centre.
If you or someone you know is interested in the Jaguar Land Rover apprenticeship scheme then you can visit the site and check out all the information. Closing date for all submissions is 31/10/2015.
Apprenticeships can be a fantastic opportunity for the perfect mix of academic study and hands on experience in the work place. Particularly relevant in the automotive industry.Everyone here at Sidesteps UK would like to wish all current and future apprentices all the very best of luck!
For more information, please visit www.newsroom.jaguarlandrover.com or contact:
Joan Chesney, Senior Communications Officer
M: + 44 (0) 7467 448 229 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kate Birkenhead, CSR Communications Officer
M: + 44 (0) 7780 494 352 E: email@example.com
With thanks to the Jaguar Land Rover News room for the use of the photograph.