Ferrari takes classic Apprenticeship approach

Ferrari has upgraded its Apprenticeship programme for school-leavers aged 16-19 with a new training module focused on Classic Car Technology.

The new programme includes ballast resistor ignition systems, magneto ignition systems both single and twin, dynamo charging systems, twin points distributor set ups, multiple Webber carburetor set ups, from three to six carbs, mechanical fuel injection systems, and straight cut dog mesh gearboxes.

Apprentices who are enrolling in the September 2017 intake can expect to complete these training modules in the third year of their Apprenticeship.

The Ferrari North Europe Apprentice programme is open to 16-19 year olds who are interested in working at an Official Ferrari Dealer in one of the following roles: service technician apprenticeship – 3 years; service advisor apprenticeship – 2 years; parts advisor apprenticeship – 2 years; and bodyshop technician apprenticeship – 3 years.

Candidates wishing to apply for the September 2017 intake should check for the latest vacancies and register their interest via: