Vehicle Accident Repair (Body) Apprenticeship Level 2
This programme will help you to develop skills and knowledge when dealing with accident repairs and has a focus on body repair.
Benefits / Skills
Accident Repair Technician Apprentice
As an accident repair technician apprentice you will beat, strip, fit and repair vehicle panels. In addition, you will work to strict safety standards and will deliver excellent customer service.
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£21.1 billion is spent every year on car servicing and repair.
The average salary for a qualified automotive body technician is £23,219.
94.7% of apprentices found our college induction useful and provided them with the knowledge required for their course.
Do I have to pay the wages for the apprentice?
Yes, you will need to pay the apprentice like any other member of your staff. The current national apprenticeship minimum wage is £3.90 per hour. Certain grants are available to some employers taking on an apprentice to help support with payment of their wages. Details of these grants will be discussed with you prior to recruiting an apprentice.
How do I recruit an apprentice?
You can recruit an apprentice by yourself, as you would any other member of staff for your company. However, if you want some help, we have a full recruitment team and service available to support you.