Triumph searching for 12 budding motorcycle engineers

Published on 28 June 2018 by Robert Drane

Triumph has opened a great opportunity for the next generation of motorcycle technicians and engineers. The manufacturer’s Advanced Apprentice Programme is a three-year course, focussed on developing the skills of motorcycle maintenance, fault diagnosis and servicing.

It’s a fantastic opportunity for young people to learn more about engineering and motorcycles – and applications are now open.

Each apprentice will train for six weeks at Triumph’s dedicated training facility in Hinckley. After this, they will continue to learn at their respective dealership, working alongside experienced staff.

By the end of the course, each successful apprentice will receive a qualification in motor vehicle engineering.

There are just 12 places available for this prestigious opportunity, which will be based in dealerships throughout the UK. To be considered, applications must be submitted before August 31 2018.

To find out more and apply, visit triumph-apprenticetraining.com

 


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