Perhaps you enjoy solving a puzzle and are a natural problem-solver.
Or you enjoy working with your hands and like the satisfaction that comes with taking something apart, repairing it, and putting back together again.
These are just a few of the reasons why you might enjoy the role of Apprentice Technician; an opportunity to earn while you learn, and gain a skill which you’ll have for life.
At Swansway we represent lots of different brands, but they have one thing in common, all the cars and vans need servicing and repairing; and that’s not going to change as electric or hybrid vehicles still need to serviced and repaired.
A Technician Apprenticeship sees you join a team, be mentored by those with experience and you’ll receive both on and off the job training, resulting in a nationally recognised qualification.
But don’t take our work for it, here’s Ollie Rhodes, an Apprentice Technician at Swansway Jaguar;
“I’ve always like cars, but was unsure what I was going to do after my GCSEs, then I saw the Apprenticeship at Swansway Jaguar advertised and I decided to apply. It’s honestly the best thing I’ve ever done.
“I’m really proud to be part of the Jaguar brans, it’s just so iconic and I’ve found I really like being part of a small team. Swansway has been a great choice for me, they put me forward for the South Cheshire Chamber of Commerce Apprentice of the Year award and I went to the awards dinner with my Mum and Dad along with David Smyth, whose family own Swansway and his wife and son, so lovely to be part of a business that’s so friendly and recognises hard work.
“I’d definitely recommend a Technician Apprenticeship to anyone”.
Ollie has been nominated by his Jaguar Land Rover assessor for the national Jaguar Apprentice of the Year Award.
Bethan Roberts joined Crewe Audi as a Technician apprentice last year and is loving every day, “I’m really enjoying being part of Swansway; I’m learning new skills every day and
I’m really looking forward to what the apprenticeship will bring and seeing where my skills will take me”.