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Bosch’s Industry training programmes. The Bosch Automotive Apprenticeship Programme provides the knowledge, skills and qualifications required to set candidates on the path to an exciting career as an automotive technician.
What is involved in our industry-leading programme?
With support from Bosch and employers, apprentices with a passion for motor vehicles will earn as they learn and kick start a successful career as an automotive technician.
The Apprenticeship Qualification
Qualifications and achievements:
Successful apprentices will achieve:
Added benefits and additional to the apprenticeship standard become available to those who successfully complete the apprenticeship end point assessment.
4 courses from the Bosch Diagnostic Technician Programme:
* All candidates will be required to undertake an initial assessment including those who have already attained GCSE grades 4 and above.
During the 3 year apprenticeship, training is delivered through a series of part week training blocks at one of Bosch’s high quality training centres. Blocks of training are preceded with a series of interactive and engaging webinars (attended from the workplace) to prepare the apprentice for each training block.
Whilst attending training at the Bosch training centre, all travel, accommodation and subsistence fees are paid for by the employer. Apprentices will stay in a hotel familiar with the requirements of apprentice safeguarding. Transport, to and from the hotel to the training centre, will be provided along with food and refreshments during the training block.
Bosch has a high focus not only on the quality of the training programme, but also for its participants’ welfare both in our training centres and when staying at allocated accommodation. Support is always on hand and apprentices quickly build supportive peer groups to help develop ongoing personal confidence and independence as part of the residential training programme.
It is important that progress is regularly reviewed to meet the individual needs of apprentices. Progress reviews will be regularly organised in the workplace as well being conducted digitally. This is an opportunity for the trainer to engage with the employer and the apprentice to ensure all parties are confident that sufficient progress is being made. Action plans and targets will be agreed to support continual development and timely progress towards the End Point Assessment.
Suitable Apprentice Candidates will be:
Interested in becoming an apprentice? The points below will help make the application quick and simple.
Are you an employer looking to grow your workforce with an apprentice? Bosch can help employers find the right candidate for their business. Please call us now on 03444 120040 to discuss the next steps or drop an email to us at email@example.com.
Our employer guide gives additional information about the importance of employers and workplace mentors in making apprenticeships successful.
Employer Guide (PDF)
If you would also like to have more detailed knowledge of the workplace learning and development activities that an apprentice will need cover to grow their skills, confidence and competence, please download and view our Workplace Development Guide*
Workplace Development Guide (PDF)
*QR links in the document are only available to those enrolled on the programme
The Apprenticeship Programme receives financial support from the Government and European Social Fund (ESF). This support is secured through the relevant funding bodies in England (Education and Skills Funding Agency), Scotland (Skills Development Scotland) & Wales (Welsh Government)
Apprentice Programme Team