School of Thought educates Motor Show visitors

The School of Thought was at the British Motor Show last weekend to promote the career opportunities within the automotive industry to young people, parents and guardians.

Andrew Marsh, Richard Reece and Matt Fynn all gave up their time to ensure School of Thought was able to showcase the industry for all four days of the show, while School of Thought has also received support from Vizion Network, asTech, Carlac, NIBS, RWC Training, Autotech Academy, Auto Industry Consulting, Autoflow, Mirka, GYS, Stanners, Junair, Car-o-Liner, Revive, ARC Support, ITAS, 3M, Fix Auto Birmingham North, Phoenix ARC, RS Motors, Independent Garage Association (IGA), PureVC, TBS, JT Marketing, AGA and Auto-shield.

Dave Reece said: “Phase one of the School of Thought project is now complete as we move very quickly to the new school year, so thanks go out to everyone who has supported us so far whether that’s financially, signed up as ambassadors or given their time freely to get us where we are today.

“Phase two is even more exciting and we will be spreading the word even more to young people about the career opportunities in the industry, dispelling those myths parents and teachers have and finding the talent of the future. We are no longer invisible to the education sector and can’t wait for round two.”