Aston Martin UK Dealership Apprenticeships

If you have the desire to work on some of the most exciting cars on the road, then the Aston Martin UK Dealer Technician Apprenticeship Programme is for you.

We have developed an innovative and challenging programme designed to develop you in order to become an Aston Martin Technician of the future and to gain all the knowledge and skills that are required to work in our dealer network.

The Apprentice Programme is three years in duration with 85% of the time spent working in an Aston Martin dealership, alongside a skilled Technician/Mentor. You will spend eight weeks of each year attending The Aston Martin Training Facility, based at Gaydon in Warwickshire. This will take the form of eight separate weeks of training, designed to provide the skills and knowledge that you need in the working environment.

The programme is designed around the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Advanced Apprenticeship Framework and all training is carried out by a dedicated Aston Martin Instructor - using Aston Martin equipment and vehicles.

Additionally, the programme will include a number of Aston Martin Technical Training courses that will ensure that you develop all the skills needed to become an Aston Martin Technician of the future.

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Students design creative posters to encourage to sign up to the organ donation register

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