Classic Car Weekly gives great prominence, today, to The International Guild of Specialist Engineers’ Apprenticeship Programme, in the context of the UK government’s pledge to support young people’s entrance in the classic car industry. TIGOSE’s programme is the only bespoke scheme focused on a course tailored to the new generation of engineers and specialists in
The International Guild of Specialist Engineers and Emtec Colleges at Autosport International TIGOSE (The International Guild of Specialist Engineers), which gathers some of the top specialists and businesses in the classic car and historic racing car industry, will attend the Autosport Engineering show, part of Autosport International, with new partners Emtec Colleges Ltd (part of
TIGOSE Founder, Michael Scott, talks to Bauer Media about the organisation’s Apprenticeship Programme. It is interesting that the initiative, now backed by the UK government, was the original reason why The International Guild of Specialist Engineers was created, a year and a half ago, anticipating and interpreting a widely-felt need, in the classic car industry,
The International Guild of Specialist Engineers has Members who are actively looking for apprentices in the following areas: Colchester Corby Loughborough Tonbridge Interested parties should apply using the online form on TIGOSE’s website (clicking on it will take the applicant to an external link) or contact TIGOSE using email, ‘phone or the Facebook page –
TIGOSE’s bespoke Apprenticeship Programme is up and running; TIGOSE Members have several positions for school leavers wishing to pursue a career in the classic car industry, worth some £4.8b a year. There are around 28,000 people working in the classic car and vintage motorsport field, a highly specialised sector of the UK economy. See what
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers recognises the work carried out by The International Guild of Specialist Engineers as we work alongside to deliver a bespoke Apprenticeship Programme. See what IMechE says here: TIGOSE
Apprentice training is a hot political topic, with the Government’s efforts to back up schemes designed to provide young people with a solid educational background as well as an opportunity to learn ‘on the job’. The Guild is pioneering a bespoke Apprenticeship Programme, specially designed to benefit Members and young people interested in learning
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