Upon completion the Apprentice will achieve:
- NVQ Level 2 (Apprenticeship) or NVQ Level 3 (Advanced Apprenticeship)
- Functional Skills Certificates
- IMI Technical Certificate
- Apprenticeship/Advanced Apprenticeship Completion Certificate
Training is delivered via a residential block release programme, by Emtec, the Guild’s training partner, at their state-of-the-art Training Academy in Nottingham.
The Guild, in conjunction with ‘The Institute of the Motor Industry’ (IMI), has designed the Restoration Apprenticeship Programme specifically to develop technician apprentices from any area across the UK; the aim is to equip them with the highest level of traditional skills and practical ability within the Vehicle Restoration industry.
In addition, apprentices receive regular assessment visits (at their employers’ location), by a dedicated Skills Trainer.
The Apprenticeship and Advanced Apprenticeship are structured around the IMI’s Classic Vehicle Restoration L2 & L3 Diplomas. In addition they include Employment Rights & Responsibilities (ERR) and Functional Skills in Maths, English and ICT at the required level.
The total duration of the programme is typically 36 months. It takes 18 to 24 months to complete level 2 and a further 12 to 18 months to complete level 3.
In addition to the Vehicle Restoration Apprenticeship, the Training Academy is also able to offer Apprenticeships, Training and Assessment for Light Vehicle Maintenance & Repair, Vehicle Parts Operations, Automotive Customer Service, Vehicle Paint Refinishing, Vehicle Body Repair, and Auto Electrics.
As in previous years, the 96 Club will host the Club des Pilotes du Mans – Britannique presentation of the “Spirit de la Sarthe Trophy” donated in memory of Colin Pool. It is presented to the highest placed all-British team in the previous year’s Le Mans 24 Hours which. JMW Motorsport with their Ferrari finished […]
As in previous years, the 96 Club will host the Club des Pilotes du Mans – Britannique presentation of the “Spirit de la Sarthe Trophy” donated in memory of Colin Pool. It is presented to the highest placed all-British team in the previous year’s Le Mans 24 Hours which, in 2019, was JMW Motorsport. Their Ferrari finished second in LM GTE Am.
On Sunday 23rd June 2019, the 96 Club celebrated its 40th anniversary at this year’s Belgravia Classic Car Show, the premier classic car event in London.
Correspondence:The International Guild of Specialist Engineers, 2 The Langlands, Hampton Lucy, Warwick, CV35 8BN
Registered office:Khan Thornton, The International Guild of Specialist Engineers
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