November 05, 2014

JLR launches 2015 Apprenticeship Recruitment Campaign

Jaguar Land Rover launches its 2015 Apprenticeship Recruitment Campaign. The company is looking for up to 200 new recruits to join the 620-strong group currently undertaking the scheme across its six UK sites. Jaguar Land Rover currently accounts for approximately
half of the total apprentices employed in the UK automotive OEM sector.

Jaguar Land Rover apprenticeship programme provides students with a strong blend of real world experience and academic learning. Applicants can choose from either the four year Advanced Apprenticeship* aimed at GCSE students or the six year Higher Apprenticeship** aimed at A-Level entrants. In both cases, recruits can look forward to working in cutting-edge product development and manufacturing environments developing vehicles for two of the most iconic global motoring marques.

"We are investing significantly in the future of Jaguar Land Rover, transforming the business and both brands with the expansion of our facilities in UK and overseas, as well as the development of the next generation of class-leading products," said Mike Wright, Executive Director, Jaguar Land Rover.

"Just as important is our investment in developing the next generation of engineers and innovators to help our business achieve its ambitious growth plans. Our apprenticeships continue to attract the highest calibre of people interested in combining paid employment with fully-funded vocational qualifications."

To apply for an apprenticeship at Jaguar Land Rover go to: http://www.jaguarlandrovercareers.com/jlr-roles/apprentices/
Applications are now open. The closing date is January 31, 2015.


* Advanced Apprenticeship: A four year Advanced Apprenticeship is designed for GCSE school leavers with a minimum of five grades A-C incl. English, Maths and Science/ Technology/ Engineering subjects.  The programme focuses on roles in product development or manufacturing and combines real world experience with the acquisition of NVQ vocational qualifications and a technical certificate. 
** Higher Apprenticeship: The six year 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 incl. English, Maths, Science/Technology/Engineering subjects, or a BTEC level 3 (180 credits) or equivalent in an Engineering/Technology related subject. The programme focuses on roles in product development, finance, purchasing and manufacturing and combines real world experience with a fully-funded engineering degree from The University of Warwick.


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