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MG Motor UK apprenticeship scheme

MG Motor UK has launched an apprenticeship scheme as it invests in people for the future.

The Birmingham-based car maker has already invested millions of pounds in hardware as it gears up for production of the MG6 – the first all-new MG in 15 years.

Investing in people is seen as just as important by the company as it begins planning for a range of new models over the next decade. The company has therefore launched an apprenticeship scheme and is expanding its training programmes.

HR Manager, Louise Lane, said: “Apprenticeships are the lifeblood of the future of a company and we are really pleased to have recently launched a new programme.”

Michael Dell, 18, from Oldbury in Birmingham, is the first new apprentice at MG Motor. He works in the Sales & Marketing office and is also studying for a NVQ in Business and Administration on day release at Bournville College, Birmingham.

He said: “I was thrilled to be selected to be MG’s first new apprentice and am really enjoying my work. It’s my dream job; it’s so exciting to be working on the launch of an all new MG.”

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