Job Description

Light Vehicle Standards Apprenticeship - London

Light Vehicle Standards Apprenticeship - London

  • Location : London
  • Wage £195 (per week)
  • Apprenticeship level : Intermediate
  • Start date : 18/12/2017
  • Closing date :
  • Working Week: 8:30-5:00 Mon-Fri
  • Hours Per Week: 37

Role Details


Future Prospects

The successful candidate will have the skills and experience to further their employability prospects within this sector.

Address :

Field End Road

Skills Required :

To become a Light Vehicle Technician, you will need to demonstrate:
• Excellent practical skills
• The ability to work quickly but also pay attention to detail
• The ability to work well in a team and on your own
• Good communication skills
• The ability to follow written and verbal instructions

Qualification(s) Required :

There are no entry requirements to apply, however you will need to complete initial assessments in English, Maths and ICT showing you working to functional skills level 1 or higher.


Learning Provider : Remit Training

Occupation Type :

Job Role : Light Vehicle Standards Apprenticeship

Expected Duration: 12-15 Months

Training Provided

Company Description

Company : Babcock International
Company Website :

We take great pride in the considerable depth and breadth of our people's expertise. We have over 35,000 skilled staff workers who design, build, manage, operate and maintain assets that are vital to the delivery of many key public services, both in the UK and overseas. Our market-leading reputation is based on one key fact: Babcock is a partner which can be trusted to deliver.

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