Girls urged to apply for Lookers’ apprenticeships

Car dealership group Lookers is looking to recruit 180 apprentices, including at its Liverpool base, and is particularly keen to see applications from girls. Tony McDonough reports

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Lookers is offering apprenticeships across a number of roles


A car dealership in Liverpool will benefit from the a drive to recruit 180 apprentices.

One of the UK’s leading dealership groups, Lookers, says it wants to create traineeships across its network. In the North West it will recruit 25 apprentices, some of whom will be based at the Lookers Vauxhall dealership in north Liverpool.

The company is particularly keen to attract female apprentices, to further build on the launch of its industry-wide Female Apprenticeship Network. The programme offers young people a wide range of roles ranging from customer facing to service technician.

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Prospective applicants can choose from some of the world’s most well-known manufacturers, including Audi, BMW, Mercedes and Jaguar Land Rover. Lookers’ chief retail operations officer, Duncan McPhee, said: “Lookers is committed to apprenticeships as part of our continued investment to attract bright, young and ambitious talent.

“We are delighted to offer 25 roles here in the North West as part of our national campaign to recruit 180 apprentices across the country. They provide young people with the opportunity to build their confidence, skills and experience in a dynamic and continually evolving industry.

“The Lookers Apprenticeship Programme has enabled Lookers to develop many high calibre, talented individuals, many of whom have gone on to receive industry and national recognition in England. Tthe investment also demonstrates our confidence and ambition for the future despite the difficult challenges of this year.”

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