Skills and careers

16 November 2017 #CV Sector #News #TNB News #Trailer

Cartwright, the leading UK bodywork and trailer manufacturers, have announced two new apprenticeship schemes. This year the Cartwright Group has taken on 33 apprentices, with 24 inducted onto the existing highly-successful two-year programme which has been running since 2012. In

14 July 2017 #Event News #SMMT News

Just six weeks remain for young hopefuls to submit their most innovative idea for automotive to the 2017 Autocar Courland Next Generation Award. Entries close at 5pm on Tuesday 29 August, with the best idea to receive a a once-in-a-lifetime prize at the SMMT Annual Dinner this November.

12 April 2016 #SMMT News

Nine British automotive manufacturers have today launched a new initiative to help young people find a job in the automotive industry.

25 November 2015 #SMMT News

Award presented for services to the Motor Industry and Charity

13 November 2015 #SMMT News

The London Taxi Company has announced that it will take on 30 manufacturing apprentices under a new scheme based in Coventry, just weeks after it was revealed that parent company Geely will invest an additional £50 million in its facilities there.

28 August 2015 #SMMT News

Aston Martin has announced plans to continue its successful apprenticeship programme by recruiting a further 10 young people onto the scheme.

30 June 2015 #SMMT News

New figures released today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) confirm the growing strength and vitality of the UK automotive industry and its ascendancy as a major global player.

12 June 2015 #SMMT News

Ahead of the all-new Infiniti Q30 going into production, the manufacturer has now begun recruitment for 300 new jobs at its new Sunderland plant.

29 May 2015 #SMMT News

Autocar and SMMT have started this year’s search for the next generation of automotive industry innovators, announcing applications for the Autocar Courland Next Generation Award 2015 now open.

21 May 2015 #SMMT News

Automotive manufacturers are asking supply chain employers to support an industry wide skills survey, to help ensure the skilled workforce needed to boost the proportion of vehicle components manufactured in this country.

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