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Apprenticeships By Framework

Ready to get out into the world, start working and earning a living? Discover the future that’s waiting for you, build valuable skills and get on the path to success. An apprenticeship gives you practical on-the-job experience, essential learning tools and all-important qualifications that will last you a lifetime, wherever tomorrow takes you.


Engineering Apprenticeships

Research and develop ideas for new products, technologies, components, processes and the systems used to make them. Work to improve the performance and efficiency of existing products.


Manufacturing Apprenticeships

Uses various processes and methods to transform raw materials, components and parts into finished goods/ vehicles for customers to required standards of quality, cost, delivery and safety.


Materials Planning & Logistics Apprenticeships

Determines how much and what type of materials and products to hold where in the supply chain which include: managing inventory control, warehouse, distribution and replenishment plans.


Purchasing Apprenticeships Apprenticeships

Sources suppliers and develops relationships to negotiate and buy goods, materials and services to meet the Company’s operational requirements. This includes: supplier selection, tendering and cost estimating.


Quality Apprenticeships Apprenticeships

Guarantees the continual compliance of quality standards for products and processes to ensure component/vehicle reliability, consistency and safety.


Business Support Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships aren’t just limited to technical roles. Apprenticeships are also available in areas as diverse as business administration, finance, digital marketing or sales.

UK Automotive Skills


People employed across UK Automotive Industry


People directly employed in UK Automotive Manufacturing


Young people began engineering and manufacturing apprenticeships in 2013 (Semta)


Automotive manufacturing jobs will need to be replaced by 2020