Jaguar Land Rover has launched its 2014 apprenticeship campaign. There are 150 places available on the award-winning programmes, with opportunities for both school leavers and A-Level graduates.
Jaguar Land Rover claims its apprenticeship scheme will give students a strong blend of real-world experience and academic learning. Applicants can choose from either a four year Advanced Apprenticeship aimed at GCSE students or a six year Higher Apprenticeship aimed at A-Level entrants.
To qualify for the Advanced Apprenticeship, applicants must have a minimum of five GCSEs, graded A-C, which must include English, maths, science/technology/engineering subjects, or a BTEC level 3 (60 credits) or equivalent in an engineering/technology related subject. The four year programme focuses on product development and manufacturing. Candidates may also get the opportunity to complete an HNC, City & Guilds or Foundation Degree.
The advanced Higher Apprenticeship is designed for A-Level students who have acquired A-Level maths and science/technology/engineering in addition to five GCSE’s at grades A-C, including English, maths, science/technology/engineering subjects, or a BTEC level 3 (90 credits) or equivalent in an Engineering/Technology related subject.
The six year programme focuses on a variety of roles within Jaguar Land Rover, with spells in product development, finance, purchasing and manufacturing. As well as giving real world experience with one of the world’s most brands, the Higher Apprenticeship includes a fully-funded engineering degree from The University of Warwick.
In both cases, recruits can expect to work alongside world-class Engineers to develop Jaguar Land Rover’s latest vehicles.
To apply for an Apprenticeships at Jaguar Land Rover go to www.jaguarlandrovercareers.com
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