Vertu Motors has announced the launch of a pioneering apprentice scheme offering the chance for participants to gain a free degree and the promise of an £18,000-a-year base salary.
Delegates at the AM and Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) People Conference gain new insight into the apprenticeship levy and compliance.
Snows Academy, run by dealer group Snows, has congratulated seven apprentices for completing their first year.
Stoke Audi parts apprentice Tanya Pickering has been recognised by Audi UK with a Spirit of Audi Award.
Farnell Jaguar Bolton has rewarded three GCSE pupils from Harper Green School with a taste of the motor industry.
Ron Brooks Toyota, Mansfield has recruited three trainee customer consultants under its apprenticeship scheme.
AutoRaise have announced that they are the first to achieve sign off for their Multi Skilled Apprenticeship Standard ‘end point assessment plan’.
The future looks bright for Mercedes-Benz Retail Group’s West Bromley operation after two of its apprentices were named as Britain’s best by the vehicle manufacturer.
West Way, Nissan's biggest dealer group, is celebrating the graduation of its first apprentices.
The automotive retail sector must do more than simply “rely on a person’s passion for cars” when attracting the talents of the future, according to TrustFord HR director Sharon Ashcroft.
This summer 270 new apprentices will be given the opportunity to join the Arnold Clark Group.
The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) is confident dealer groups will be able to use all funding from their apprenticeship levy to avoid handing back unused money to the Government.
The apprenticeship levy risks being “poor value for money” as it draws an additional £2.8 billion from private business but yields just a £640 million rise in government spending, according to a report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
Mercedes-Benz UK claimed the Large Employer of the Year title at the National Apprenticeship Awards held at an exclusive ceremony at London’s Grosvenor House.
The Finance & Leasing Association has won government approval to develop a motor finance specialist apprenticeship standard for the motor finance industry.
Arnold Clark has been named employer of the month for December for its work in supporting young people in employment.
High-flying Harry Garraway has claimed the Gold Award at UK Skills Show after becoming the Volkswagen Group’s youngest-ever Master Technician – at the age of 20.
The next generation of automotive engineers are being encouraged to sign-up up for an internship at the SAIC Motor UK Technical Centre (SMTC UK) in Birmingham.
Carspring addresses 'ridiculous' industry gender imbalance with new scholarship
Toyota UK’s manufacturing and sales and marketing businesses have completed a joint venture to establish a new national skills centre at the brand’s Burnaston production centre.
Automotive Management Live: Where franchised and independent dealers will find everything they need to know about operating a modern showroom and service and repair facility fit for the digital age.
When: November 7 2019
Where: Birmingham NEC
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