One of the few manufacturers still produce their cars largely by hand, Bentley Motors is holding an open house on learner Saturday, March 19 09:00 to 1:00 p.m. at the headquarters of Bentley in Pyms Lane in Crewe, England. Twenty positions are open in Craft, Technician, Technician, Junior Engineer, shopping and business. Those accepted into the program will follow a two, three or four year course, depending on the subject. Starting in September, learning run in conjunction with local colleges to make sure that all academic credit is received, and yes, the exchange students are welcome.
Current apprentices will be on hand to give an idea, how the program runs from potential candidates. They’ve also produced a film to show what they do and what life is like working in one of the world’s premier automakers. According to Christine Gaskell Bentleys council staff, our learning program has been recognized as one of the best nationally and we are looking for enthusiastic students who enjoy a challenge and will take this opportunity to show their potential.
Beyond learning open house, participants will have the opportunity to take a look inside the design studios of Bentley through an exhibition called the continuous line. Besides the studios, the cars of the past 90 years of production history Bentleys will be on display. For anyone interested in the internship program, the company has staff of Bentley College in hand to explain how it works, and to clarify the overall benefits of having put in an undertaking such as stratified Bentley can have the career of an aspiring individual.