A new Audi website designed to attract the best young talent in the UK to the premium brand famed for its engineering and technological ingenuity has launched this week. Visitors to www.audi-ap.co.uk will be able to absorb a wealth of information on the sought-after Audi apprenticeship programme, from real-life case studies and career development opportunities to in-depth insights into the overall apprenticeship journey.
With help from the new online portal, a total of 200 vacancies will be made available by Audi to driven, enthusiastic individuals during 2015, providing opportunities to train for key roles such as Service Technician, Parts Advisor or Service Advisor in one of the 127 Audi Centres located across the UK.
"The new website will guide people through the programme and give them an understanding of what it is like to be an Audi apprentice," explains James Frost, Service and Parts Quality Manager for Audi.
"We are looking forward to welcoming more apprentices than ever before into Audi and giving them the life skills and technical skills to build a career with us."
As part of the site's interactive new layout, a host of videos share the experiences of apprentices who are already enrolled on the course, and there is also plenty of useful insight from successfully established Audi employees who have used the apprenticeship programme as a springboard to develop their career. An informative sub-section created specifically for parents offers detailed answers to FAQs such as progress monitoring and standards of accommodation, and careers advisors can download resource sheets for each of the vacancies to share with their students.
Candidates can learn more and apply online for the 2015 vacancies by visiting www.audi-ap.co.uk. Minimum requirements for the three courses available are grades A - C in GCSE English, Maths and a Science-related subject.