Most people have dreamed that they were rich enough to own a Rolls-Royce. Unfortunately that is not likely to happen (unless you have a trust fund.) However, if you live in the UK you could have a chance to build Rolls-Royces through the Rolls-Royce Apprenticeships.
Rolls Royce announced it is seeking candidates for it’s Rolls Royce Apprenticeship Program. That means if you are 16-24 years old you could be building the finest ultra luxury vehicles in the world.
These Rolls-Royce Apprenticeships will be located at the Rolls-Royce facility in Goodwod, England. The Rolls Royce apprenticeships begin in September 2013. Apprentices will find themselves working among some of the most skilled craftspeople in the automotive world. Different departments and categories for Rolls-Royce Apprenticeships included leather, wood, paint, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and assembly roles.
The Rolls-Royce Apprenticeship Program was successfully launched back in 2006 by Rolls-Royce. The program provides young people with the opportunity to train with Rolls-Royce, building the world’s best-selling ultra-luxury cars.
The length of apprenticeship varies depending on what area a candidate chooses to specialize in, but the Rolls-Royce Apprenticeships usually last for up to 4 years and combine on-the-job training with studying for nationally recognized qualifications in Britain The program was designed in conjunction with the British Learning Skills Council (LSC) and local colleges.
Rolls-Royce obviously will be searching for the best and brightest people to work on building the finest ultra-luxury cars in the world. You didn’t assume anyone could build a Rolls-Royce of course?
Candidates should be smart, skilled, and have great attention to detail. Rolls-Royce wants people who they feel could become an asset and grow with the company, beyond the apprenticeship period. So if you got the goods, you could find yourself working at Rolls-Royce which would be pretty sweet.
“On completion of the programme, our new apprentices will be ideally positioned to take advantage of the unique opportunities available at Rolls-Royce.” said Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.
If you are interested in applying for one of the Rolls-Royce Apprenticeships or want to learn more about the program, please visit the website:
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