Motor Vehicle Technician ApprenticeshipSalary Details:Apprenticeship Reference:NLG01Posted on:Wednesday, 6 December, 2017Closing Date: Thursday, 8 February, 2018
Motor Vehicle Fitting Apprenticeship – Intermediate Level leading onto an Advanced Level Motor Vehicle Service and Maintenance Apprenticeship. A motor vehicle technician is a highly skilled Engineer, during your apprenticeship you will be taught about all areas of vehicle service, repair and maintenance.
Always wanted to be a qualified car Technician?
There is an exciting opportunity for an apprentice to work alongside qualified technicians where you will be trained in all aspects of service, maintenance and repair of vehicles.
A Car Technicians job falls into three categories;
- Servicing Vehicles – working on manufacturer servicing guidelines to ensure the vehicle is running at optimum performance
- Maintenance – replacing parts and components before they fail
- Repair – repairing problems that cause vehicle failure
Requirements and prospects
The ideal candidate must have a keen interest and a strong passion for the motor vehicle industry. Some previous work experience is preferred but not essential.
You will need to demonstrate:
- Excellent practical skills
- The ability to work quickly and pay attention to detail
- Good communication skills
- The ability to follow written and verbal instructions
- You will have knowledge on carrying out a service, brakes and a driving licence is preferred, however it is not essential
- Excellent communication skills
- A positive and ‘can do’ attitude
- Excellent timekeeper
- Share a true passion for motor vehicles
- A willingness and desire to learn
Maths & English at GCSE grade A to C or equivalent are preferred but not essential. As part of our Initial Assessment process we carry out a basic skills assessment to measure your current level in English, Maths and ICT. NLG is looking for applicants that are capable of achieving at least Level 1 Functional Skill in each subject at the assessment.
Candidates with a GCSE grade C or higher in any of these subjects will not have to study them as part of their apprenticeship.