Apprenticeship Programme - Bentley Motors
Our 2013 Apprenticeship vacancies will go live on 16 March to 13 May 2013 and a link to the specific vacancies will appear on this page at that time.
Apprentice Open Morning – Saturday 16 March 2013 – Drop in at our main reception in Pyms Lane, Crewe anytime between 10.30am and 1.00pm to find out more about our apprenticeship programmes. You will be able to talk to our apprentices, find out about working at Bentley and enjoy a tour of our Design Exhibition.
You do not need to book in advance and car parking will be available on our car park off Sunnybank Road.
Are you eager to learn?
Do you want a career with a leading, global organisation?
Do you want to pick up practical skills as well as enhance your interpersonal skills?
Do you want the opportunity to gain qualifications whilst earning?
If your answer to these questions is yes, then our apprentice programme is what you’re looking for.
Not sure which apprenticeship is for you?
Junior Engineer: You will be involved in the engineering and development of our cars. You could be based in Electrical Engineering, Body & Test Development or Whole Vehicle Engineering. You will be learning key skills whilst studying for a Foundation or full degree.
Craft: Very practical based. Learn on-the-job skills such as woodworking, electrical systems or trimming parts with leather.
Technical: Practical based, but also requires elements of problem solving. You will be looking at better ways of working and finding solutions to problems.
Technicians: Combining craft and technical skills together. You could be working in maintenance where preventative work ensures the production line keeps moving.
Commercial: Interested in office based work? Do you like analysing information or solving IT problems A commercial apprenticeship in areas such as Finance or Information Systems might suit you.
Business: Helping to make sure we have the right people recruited into the business is really important. In this apprenticeship you will be working with the Personnel team to recruit future trainees. You will be carrying out administrative tasks such as diary appointments, co-ordinating events and using your organisational and planning skills. Your second and third year may be spent in Sales & Marketing or another administrative role.
No matter which apprenticeship you choose, you will be working towards either an Advanced or Higher Apprenticeship which is recognised nationally. In addition we will ensure you have the technical skills you need through on-the-job training, and develop your interpersonal skills through workshops and team activities.
We offer a competitive salary which is reviewed on the anniversary of your start date each year during your apprenticeship. In addition you get 34 days holiday (including bank holidays), subsidised gym and restaurant facilities, a contributory pension scheme and access to our extremely competitive car lease scheme.
To find out more visit our Apprenticeship Programmes Q&A or see what our apprentices have to say in their profiles.