You probably have lots more questions about our Apprenticeship Scheme.
Check out our frequently asked questions below
We invest a lot in our apprentices because we want you to be the future of our business. There’s no obligation to stay, but we hope everyone who joins the scheme will continue to work for us after they've completed their three years and will have a long and rewarding career with us.
The safety of our people is important to us, so your training, on- or off-site, will always be supervised by established and experienced engineers. We also realise that you might be leaving home for the first time, so we provide for your safety outside working hours too.
Applications open on Tuesday 15 January 2019. The scheme starts in September 2019.
Yes, we're able to meet any dietary requirements, including Halal and vegetarian. You just need to tell us at offer stage so we can let the kitchen team know.
We invest a great deal in our apprentices in order to help them complete the programme. We want to know that you’re likely succeed before we offer you a place, which is why we set entry criteria. Specifically, we ask that you have four GCSEs at A* – C / 9 – 5. Primarily this is because you’ll take on academic study at the same time as working, and complete 27 work-based learning assignments and reports of at least 2,000 words. And, to complete the engineering side of the qualifications, you'll need a base understanding of maths and science.
Unfortunately, we can't accept all qualifications as equivalents. Although the level of the qualification is the same, the breadth and depth of content is not. To begin your apprenticeship programme at the same stage as everyone else, you will need to have covered GCSE content.
You will need to be within a 60 minute travel time of the depot you wish to apply for. If you wish to apply for a placement outside of this travel time, please let us know during the application.