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Triumph opens new dealership apprenticeship scheme

Triumph has launched a new apprenticeship programme for local dealers that also sees budding motorcycle engineers spending six weeks at the Triumph factory.

The Triumph Dealer Apprenticeship scheme is looking for 12 keen young people to join its three-year training programme.

Anyone 16 years old and above can apply for the scheme, which leads to a City & Guilds qualification in Motor Vehicle Engineering.

The apprentices will spend six weeks at Triumph’s Hinkley factory, in a purpose-built training facility, before joining their local Triumph dealership. The course lasts for three years.

The apprenticeship will give the budding engineers the chance to work alongside experienced mechanics and learn about fault diagnosis and repair as well as understand the advanced technology used by today’s motorcycles. Apprentices will also be given a grounding in financial management and legal principles.

The government-funded scheme is open for applications until 31st August 2018. If you are interested, you can apply here:

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