UK to develop BMW techs
BMW (UK) Ltd launches its first motorcycle apprenticeship scheme
22nd November 2005
BMW Motorrad UK, in partnership with Hull College, is launching its first ever motorcycle apprenticeship scheme, to be based at the college’s new £4.7 million Cannon Street Motor Vehicle Centre, which opened last week. The college is the first of its kind in the UK to offer the BMW Career Programme Motorcycle Apprenticeship scheme, with BMW Motorrad providing a range of motorcycles with computer testing equipment to train students across the country to become BMW motorcycle technicians.
BMW Motorrad UK’s Aftersales Manager Dave Alexander said: "The distinctive technical make-up evident in so many BMW models does make it increasingly difficult to employ technicians from other market segments who simply do not have the level of BMW technical knowledge demanded across our dealer network."
Last week’s opening of the new Hull College building also saw the launch of the new Automotive Technologies Centre of Vocational Excellence – the fourth CoVE awarded to Hull College by the Learning
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