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Jaguar Land Rover launches apprentice recruitment websites

Jaguar Land Rover has launched two websites aimed at helping its dealer network recruit 200 apprentices during 2008 and 2009 ahead of a large new product initiative.

The sites will offer an online application form, and contain information about apprenticeships with the two brands, plus details of the product range and history of each.

In the last decade Jaguar Land Rover’s Technical Academy has coached more than 1,000 apprentices through its programme, and 95% attain an NVQ Level 3 in their chosen discipline.

For 2008, applicants can choose from five disciplines comprising vehicle servicing, body repair and paint refinishing technical courses, non-technical parts advisors and effective communicator course, combining product and business skills.

Additional benefits include an induction based around an off-road adventure and final year students are taken to Africa or South America to help with community projects.

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