Bentley Motors Opens Its Doors to Future Apprentices

Bentley craft apprentices Reece Jenks , Paul Alcock and Marcus Gorvin in the Bentley tool room training for the manufacturing team challenge at World Skills 2011 Bentley craft apprentices Reece Jenks , Paul Alcock and Marcus Gorvin in the Bentley tool room training for the manufacturing team challenge at World Skills 2011 (Press Release – Crewe, Tuesday 15th March 2011) –Luxury car manufacturer Bentley Motors is holding an apprentice open day on Saturday 19th March from 9.00am to 1.00pm at its worldwide headquarters on Pyms Lane, Crewe, Cheshire. All enthusiastic students are welcome to attend. Tickets are not required. The latest Bentley – the new Continental GT – will be on display and visitors will have the opportunity to visit a special design exhibition “The Unbroken line”. This display allows visitors a glimpse inside the usually secret and closed world of the Bentley design studios and also a rare chance to view some of the finest Bentleys from over the past 90 years. Anybody interested in joining the Bentley apprenticeship scheme will be able to meet with current apprentices who will be on hand to demonstrate some of the skills that they have acquired during their training. There will also be a film produced by the apprentices themselves which gives a flavour of their life at Bentley. Bentley Academy staff will also be available to discuss the application process and explain how a Bentley apprenticeship scheme can be the start of an exciting and rewarding career in the industry. Applications are open until 16th May and candidates should apply on-line at www.bentleymotors.com/careers.