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You will have support from a wide range of people and services, including expert trainers, tutors, engagement specialists, recruitment and career advice, well-being and safeguarding support.

During your apprenticeship, you will receive effective guidance and support such as:

  • a comprehensive induction programme
  • a detailed training plan
  • regular progress reviews
  • opportunities to put into practice off-the-job learning
  • mentoring and general support
  • mental health and wellbeing support
  • additional support and adjustments for learning difficulties and/or disabilities
  • If at any stage during your application process or time on the programme you feel you need help or support or advice then do not hesitate to contact our team.


    We are committed to the safeguarding of all and believe it is unacceptable for anyone to experience abuse or discrimination of any kind. We take all reasonable steps to protect all from harm and accepts responsibility for the well-being and safety of its stakeholders including children and adults at risk.

    Under the Prevent Duty, we also ensure the responds effectively to the ideological challenge of terrorism and extremism, and the risks of radicalisation.

    Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

    Our apprenticeship programme operates a policy of Equality of Opportunity which guarantees equal treatment regardless of sex, marital status, race, religion, disability or offending background.

    We encourage a culture of equality and diversity so all applicants, apprentices, employers and our staff have the opportunity to work in and towards an environment that is non-discriminatory.

    Health and Safety

    Apprentices are entitled to a safe, healthy, and supportive learning environment. We encourage all employees and apprentices to embrace a positive health and safety culture and are committed ensuring safety.

    Employers and apprentices must comply with the requirements of current Health and Safety legislation and codes of practice.

    Interview Tips

    To help you feel ready for the interview process, those of us at Renault and GetMyFirstJob have compiled a few tips that have been taken from our feedback following interviews. Hearing advice directly from employers should help you understand what to expect in the interview process.

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