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03 Mar 2017
Fancy a career in engineering? Don't know where to start? Stagecoach offer apprenticeships in Body repair and Mechelec (Mechanical and Electrical engineering combined) which start in August every year in a number of our UK locations.
But what's it really like to do an apprenticeship with Stagecoach? To celebrate National Apprenticeship Week, we asked some of our apprentices to share their stories...
When leaving school in 2006, I started an apprenticeship as a carpenter / joiner. I spent just under three years in this role completing NVQs. Unfortunately I was not offered a full time position.
I would like to progress into a full time coachbuilder position. I am also interested in furthering my career once gaining more experience.