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Gem­i­ni Acci­dent Repair Appren­tice­ship Programme

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Gem­i­ni Acci­dent Repair Group is offer­ing an excit­ing and unique oppor­tu­ni­ty for appren­tice vehi­cle acci­dent repair tech­ni­cians to join their high­ly suc­cess­ful and grow­ing organ­i­sa­tion. They will learn skills in car body, paint and mechan­i­cal and elec­tri­cal trim repair and become an indus­try spe­cif­ic qual­i­fied technician. 

The Gem­i­ni Appren­tice­ship Pro­gramme pro­vides you with an excit­ing and chal­leng­ing oppor­tu­ni­ty to achieve for­mal qual­i­fi­ca­tions through exten­sive prod­uct train­ing, while in full-time employment.

Gem­i­ni ARC was estab­lished in July 2008, their expe­ri­ence in run­ning high­ly effi­cient and pro­fes­sion­al bodyshops spans over 20 years. With 18 loca­tions across the coun­try, they have part­ner­ships with most major insur­ance com­pa­nies and vehi­cle man­u­fac­tur­ers demon­strat­ing their com­mit­ment to qual­i­ty and main­tain­ing their goal of mak­ing the repair jour­ney as stress free as pos­si­ble for the customers. 

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'Why I like being an apprentice at Gemini' - A student testimonial

Hel­lo, my name is Cory Mid­dle­ton and I am an appren­tice at Gem­i­ni Nuneaton. 

I start­ed work­ing at Gem­i­ni on 4th Sep­tem­ber 2017 and I’ve loved every minute of it. I like being an appren­tice here because it gives me such a great career path to take. 

When I left school I failed most of my GCSE’s and I had no idea what I was going to do. I went to col­lege to work on cars and then the appren­tice­ship scheme came up at Gem­i­ni and it was the best deci­sion I have ever made. 

Being an appren­tice not only helps me learn but I also earn a com­pet­i­tive wage, which, in my opin­ion, is bet­ter than sit­ting at home. With Gem­i­ni we get an onsite men­tor with MET, Paint and Pan­el this is good because I can gain knowl­edge from their expe­ri­ences of being on the shop floor and I always know that they are there to guide me when I get stuck. I also feel con­fi­dent that I am being taught in the cor­rect man­ner. I get a week release from work every 6 weeks to go to a col­lege in Not­ting­ham, this helps me fur­ther my learn­ing and I also get to meet oth­er appren­tices who work for Gem­i­ni, but at dif­fer­ent branch­es, the col­lege is great and the facil­i­ties they have there are excel­lent. I feel safe when I’m there and I can leave the col­lege know­ing I’ve learnt all I could in that week. 

When I first came to Gem­i­ni I was clue­less but where I am at now is a dif­fer­ent sto­ry, I can con­fi­dent­ly ask my man­ag­er for a job to bring in and strip it down to order new parts. As for the future I want to con­tin­ue work­ing at Gem­i­ni and just gen­er­al­ly bet­ter­ing my skills as a mul­ti skilled technician. 

To sum up my appren­tice­ship with Gem­i­ni the best thing about work­ing here is that it’s like a lit­tle fam­i­ly, every­one gets along with each oth­er and it’s just a great team to be apart of.

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