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JLR launches 2015 apprenticeship programme

Jaguar Land Rover has launched its 2015 apprenticeship recruitment campaign. 

The company, which has been rated Top Employer for School and College Leavers 2014 - 2015 by ‘All About School Leavers', is looking for up to 200 new recruits to join the 620-strong group currently undertaking the scheme across its six UK sites.  Jaguar Land Rover currently accounts for approximately half of the total apprentices employed in the UK automotive OEM sector.  

The award-winning Jaguar Land Rover apprenticeship programme provides students with a strong blend of real world experience and academic learning. 

Applicants can choose from either the four year advanced apprenticeship aimed at GCSE students or the six year higher apprenticeship aimed at A-level entrants. 

Commenting on the company's contribution, Skills Minister Nick Boles, said: "I congratulate Jaguar Land Rover on their involvement in designing seven new apprenticeship standards and welcome those apprentices who have now begun working on these. 

"Through working in collaboration with their industry partners as part of the Trailblazers initiative, Jaguar Land Rover is giving people the skills our businesses need to grow and compete."

To apply for an apprenticeship at Jaguar Land Rover go to:

Applications are now open.  The closing date is January 31, 2015.

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