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Brand New Apprenticeships Coming Soon In… Engineering!

Abby Davies - Wednesday, September 14, 2016

It’s September and we are now full swing into the new academic year - and with a new year comes brand new apprenticeship opportunities coming up soon on our website. To kick things off this week we want to share with you two brand new companies that are set to come on board from the engineering industry!

First up we’ve got the world-famous Mercedes-Benz, who are on the look-out for enthusiastic and ambitious individuals to join their 3 year Apprenticeship Programme as either a Parts Operations Specialist, Passenger Car Technician or Commercial Vehicle Technician. You’ll split your time between the dealership and the Training Academy, gaining the skills and experience that you need to help drive the future of the automobile to new heights. The programme will be available NATIONWIDE with dealerships based all around the UK and will open in early 2017.

Babcock, the UK’s leading engineering support services organisation, are also joining us! Regularly recruiting across the UK, they offer apprenticeships in a wide range of roles, such as Aviation Engineering, Electrical Fitting and Pipefitting. You can even do an apprenticeship with them in Business and Administration, so if engineering’s not your thing, don’t panic, there are still options available for you! Babcock offers world-class training programmes and mentoring and ensures that you can develop your team-working and transferable skills, giving you a solid foundation for future careers.

Like the sound of this? Want to find out more about the engineering opportunities available? Check out current vacancies on our website or make a free appointment with an AIM Advisor to start your application today!


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