July 13, 2013

Bentley trainees raise nearly £9,000 for Crewe-based charities

A group of trainees from Bentley Motors have successfully donated both time and money to a number of special projects for Crewe-based charities over the last 12 months.

The industrial placement students, apprentices and graduates have collectively raised
just under £9,000 and dedicated over 175 hours of their time to both the NSPCC Crewe Service Centre, Rainbow House and The Cheshire Academy of Integrated Sports & Arts. Bentley Motors currently employs over 180 trainees who work across all functions in the business including, Production, Engineering, PR, Sales & Marketing, Finance, HR and Logistics.

"We are extremely proud of the charitable activities that our trainees undertake whilst working at Bentley Motors. As part of their overall development programme, our trainees are asked to get involved in raising money for local charities. This gives them a fantastic opportunity to understand more about the role our business plays in the local community whilst giving them a real chance to develop their skills around project management and communication," said Dr. Ariane Reinhart, Member of the Board for Human Resources at Bentley Motors.


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