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Unsure what to do after school, she thought of which subject she enjoyed the most – Resistant Materials.
Aisling visited Chichester College to enquire about a course in Furniture Making and Design.
Despite the regular question of “When will you be driving a Rolls-Royce?
” the opportunities Sean has had through the apprentice scheme have been incredibly exciting.
She was also able to demonstrate what she was learning in her role in the Woodshop, by crafting the substrates for dashboards in front of potential customers.
Aisling has improved her confidence dramatically and is determined to work her way up through Rolls-Royce Motor Cars as high as she can go.
Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, said, “I am delighted to announce the start of recruitment for this year’s Apprenticeship Programme.
I am looking forward to visiting Rolls-Royce Motor Cars during National Apprenticeship Week in March to see the benefits that the expansion of the scheme is providing to the business and its apprentices alike." In addition to the Apprenticeship Programme, around 100 university students were employed with the company in 2017 on industrial placements, ranging in duration from six to 12 months.
STEVE MANN - SURFACE FINISH Steve studied Golf Management at college, then spent two years as a self-employed plumber before applying for apprenticeships as a way of making a career change.
He was also offered an aeronautical engineering place with another firm, but chose Rolls-Royce as it provided the opportunity to be more ‘hands on’.
SEAN CHINOMONA - ASSEMBLY For Sean, the opportunity to work at Rolls-Royce was too good to turn down.
He made the commitment by travelling down from Liverpool to work at the Home of Rolls-Royce at Goodwood.
Potential candidates for all Rolls-Royce Motor Cars positions should apply online at: The closing date for Apprentice applications is 14 March 2018.