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Rolls-Royce wants apprentices

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has launched a new apprenticeship programme today. It will provide fifteen young people, this year, with the opportunity to train for highly skilled jobs with the Goodwood-based manufacturer.

The apprenticeship programme is open to 16-24 year olds and it’s anticipated many of the candidates will come from the West Sussex area. The first intake of apprentices will start in September 2006, with subsequent groups joining at the same time each year as the programme develops.

The apprenticeships last for up to four years and combine on-the-job training with studying for nationally recognised qualifications. Apprentices will work alongside skilled craftspeople in the paint, wood, leather, assembly or maintenance areas. The programme has been designed in conjunction with local colleges and education authorities.

Potential candidates for the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars apprenticeship programme should email their CV and covering letter to

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