Interested in an Arnold Clark apprenticeship? They are now open to applications to start in March 2024! With over 150 opportunities spread across the UK, there’s no better time to embark on a professional adventure.
The company’s apprenticeships cover a wide range of disciplines, ensuring there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re interested in becoming an automotive technician, a spray painter, a body repair specialist, or a parts advisor, Arnold Clark has you covered. But that’s not all! They also offer roles in customer services, giving you a chance to develop vital skills in communication and teamwork.
All apprenticeships advertised on the Arnold Clark website offer a salary of £7.25 per hour – well above the UK apprenticeship wage of £5.28 per hour. Read more about what kind of wages you can expect as an apprentice in the Apprenticeship Guide’s guidance.
Speaking to Motor Trade, Carole-Anne McCann, the group recruitment manager at Arnold Clark, said: “Apprenticeships help unlock skills for life. Not only do apprentices gain a recognised qualification, but they also learn other lifelong skills, such as communication and teamwork, that they can use throughout their career.”
Arnold Clark has a track record of nurturing apprentices into successful professionals, both within their own organisation and the broader industry.
Carol-Anne said: “Our apprenticeships allow young people to start on a career path from day one and earn while they learn.
We’re proud of our track record of helping apprentices go on to a successful career, both at Arnold Clark and within the wider industry.”
To qualify for these apprenticeships, candidates should have gained or be working towards National 4 or above, or GCSE grades 4 to 9, depending on the specific apprenticeship discipline.
In a world that’s becoming increasingly competitive, apprenticeships like those offered by Arnold Clark are a great way to gain training, qualifications, and skills necessary to excel in your chosen field. And the best part? You’ll be earning while you learn, which means no student loans to worry about.