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Light Vehicle Service Technician – BMW

  • Nov 09 / 2018
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Light Vehicle Service Technician – BMW

What might a typical day in this job look like?

You will be working on vehicles such cars or light commercial vehicles. Duties will include carrying out servicing, fault finding, repair of vehicles, operating specialist equipment and all other associated tasks.
Training is not all hands on, we believe that learning to use a computer and understanding the theory behind the role is as important as using tools.
You will attend college as part of this apprenticeship.

What will I learn?

On the job training will be carried out in the employer’s workshop alongside your workplace mentor.
Off the job training will be typically one-week block release at college.
You will build portfolios to record training, experience and skills gained throughout your apprenticeship. You will be expected to self-study and with the combination of on the job and off the job training, you will be working towards the Modern Apprenticeship Framework standards for Light Vehicle Maintenance & Repair, including Core Skills.

What qualification or qualities are required?

The successful applicant will be confident, self-motivated and keen to work as part of a team Must have 5 qualifications at National 5 level, these must include Maths, English and a Science. Predicted grades will be taken into consideration.
Initial Assessments and interviews will be carried by Remit Ltd.
Applicants will be tested for Maths, English and Mechanic paper in December.

Successful candidate will be in place of employment for January 2019 start.

£7,696 – £8,700 per year Hamilton Full-time (40 Hours) Remit 26/11/2018 SCQF level 6/7

Further information available on :– www.apprenticeships.scot

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