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During your apprenticeship journey your well-being is of paramount importance to us.

Learning styles are not all the same for each apprentice and everyone learns at different paces and levels and we aim to provide you with all the resources and tools to progress.

Whatever disability you may have, Bosch aims to provide our apprentices with additional support and guidance where required both in the classroom environment but on one to one sessions as well.

Contact our team if you have any queries or support requirements before starting your apprenticeship.

We wish you every success for your apprenticeship.

Female Support

We are always particularly pleased to welcome female apprentices commencing on the Apprenticeship Programme. As you may realise, females are very much in the minority in the motor industry and we are keen that the industry benefits from an increased number of females over time. I am sure you will expect us to treat you in exactly the same way as we treat your male colleagues and that is our intention.

Under-Represented Groups

We are committed to working with all stakeholders to ensure that any under-presented groups all have the same opportunities for a long and fulfilling career in the industry.

Support Network

During the course of your apprenticeship, all apprentices will receive effective guidance and support from their Trainer and it is your Trainer who should be the first point of contact with concerns or difficulties.

We have found in the past that some apprentices have welcomed having an additional point of contact that they could use with any issues that they felt would be best dealt with by someone other than the trainer. If at any stage during your time on the programme you feel that this might help you then do not hesitate to contact the programme administration office or if you are a female apprentice ask to speak to the female support contact. They will be pleased to hear from you and will do their best to work with you on any issues that you might have.

Interview Tips

To help you feel ready for the interview process, those of us at Nissan 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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Useful Links and Contact Details

Ben – Here for the automotive industry

www.ben.org.uk

National Union of Students (NUS)

www.apprenticeextra.co.uk/

Support Service for Children and Young People

www.childline.org.uk/

Social Networking Awareness

www.net-aware.org.uk/

Internet Safety Awareness

www.saferinternet.org.uk/

Women and Children Abuse Support

www.womensaid.org.uk/

Drug and Alcohol Awareness

www.talktofrank.com/

Mental Health Awareness

www.mind.org.uk/

Self Harm Awareness

www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/self-harm/

Support for People with learning disabilities, their families and carers

www.mencap.org.uk

Eating Disorders Support

www.eatingdisorderssupport.co.uk

Counter Terrorism/Radicalisation

Police anti-terrorist hotline – Tel: 0800 789 321

Bereavement Support - The Compassionate Friends

www.tcf.org.uk

Sexual Health

Sexual Health Information Line – Tel: 0800 567 123

Sexual Violence

www.rapecrisis.org.uk

Debt Support

www.nationaldebtline.co.uk

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