Are you an individual who, not only demonstrates a passion for the motor vehicle industry but who is also curious to learn more about the engineering and more specific components of what goes into the construction and restoration of a motor vehicle?
Do you already have a basic knowledge of vehicle repair but thrive to learn more about the engineering elements of the Motor Vehicle Industry?
If all the above is correct, then maybe a Vehicle Damage Mechanical, Electrical and Trim Technician (MET) is the apprenticeship for you.
As a Vehicle Damage Mechanical, Electrical and Trim Technician (MET) Apprentice, you shall not only grow to develop knowledge in the technical elements of the industry, but you shall also develop a strong understanding of the practical and theoretical aspects of mechanical, electrical and trim of the body repair sector within the Motor Industry. You shall not only be able to identify the damaged components but be confident to undertake the correct financial decision on the vehicle for both the customer and the business. The tasks that you shall be constantly finding yourself dealing with will be more focused around, but not limited to the engine, gearbox, suspension, mechanical and electrical systems.
Learn - Earn - Grow
Learn a brand new skill that comes with a UK-recognised qualification.
You are officially an employee of the company so you will also be earning a wage while you learn.
You will not only be learning skills towards a new qualification but growing as an individual by boosting your professional profile within a working environment.
There are no course costs to you personally.
Develop your Maths and English up to level 2 with homework and tutor support to prepare for the final exam (If you have not already achieved this prior to starting the Apprenticeship).
As an apprentice, you will be given 20% of your paid working hours as off-the-job training time. For example, for a 30-hour working week, you could be given 6 hours to complete off-the-job training within the workplace.
Off-the-job training activities may include; online course work, job shadowing other staff, new tasks you are being trained on within the workplace which form part of your role, internal / external courses in-line with the standard.
Must be in a suitable role for this subject.
This EPA consists of three distinct assessment methods that must be completed in order:
On completion, apprentices may be eligible to progress on to other courses