Bosch apprentices graduate

Bosch’s first ever group of automotive apprentices have graduated.

The scheme, established to coincide with the 100-year milestone of Robert Bosch taking on his first apprentice, has seen the first eight apprentices graduate from Bosch’s Service Training Centre (STC) while working at their local independent Bosch Car Service garage.

The apprentices have gained their level two and level three VRQ and VCQ, and their IMI accreditation.

Alex Gibson, apprentice trainer/assessor at Bosch, said, ‘We are incredibly proud of our apprentices and how much they have learned and improved over the past three years. It is sad to see them move on but we know they will carry their knowledge with them as they continue in their careers.’

At a ceremony celebrating the end of their time with Bosch, each was given a certificate, personalised pen and an OBD 100 diagnostic tool for fault reading.

Now in its fourth year, Bosch is currently recruiting for its largest intake yet.