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1st Year Apprenticeship - Automotive Technician - Apprenticeship

  • Ref: #APP-2170225
  • Charleville, Rathgoggan Middle, County Cork, Ireland
  • No of positions: 1
  • Apprenticeship
  • Per Employer
  • Apprentice Rates
  • Published On: 12 Feb 2021
  • Closing On: 12 Mar 2021
Are you interested in becoming an Automotive Technician?

The work of an Automotive Technician involves the servicing, maintenance and fault diagnosis of automobile and light commercial vehicle mechanical and electrical systems, vehicle component removal, installation or repair according to original manufacturers’ specification.

Cavanaghs of Charleville are looking to take on an apprentice Automotive Technician. This is an opportunity to join an exciting, dynamic and fast-paced Industry.

The overall duration of this apprenticeship is a minimum of 4 years provided all 7 phases are successfully completed. On successful completion of the programme, the learner is awarded a Level 6 Advanced Certificate Craft - Automotive Technician. Although the minimum educational requirements for an apprenticeship are Grade D in five subjects in the Department of Educational & Skills Junior Certificate Examination or approved equivalent - some employers may require applicants to have successfully completed their education to Leaving Certificate level.

It should also be noted that while not essential, it may be an advantage to have previous experience of the following subjects: Mathematics, Technical Drawing/Graphics, Metalwork, Technology and Physics.

If you are interested in this position, please email your CV & Cover Letter to  
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