On the 8 March 2023, we facilitated a unique opportunity that allowed female students to celebrate International Women’s Day with a visit Bentley Motors and inquire about STEM apprenticeships within Bentley Motors. Throughout the day, students learned more about the history of the world’s leading manufacturers of luxury cars, and the future goals of the business as well as being able to see the incredible cars up close.
The female students (Year 10 – Year 13) were able to learn and hear from extraordinary leading female role models in the business and experience practical activities from manufacturing. The day was a great success, where the students gained a lot of knowledge surrounding career pathways within Bentley, as the leading car manufacturers shared what it would take to be a successful candidate for those looking to apply for Bentley’s Early Careers programme.
A Deeper Look at Bentley Motors
Bentley Motors plans to become a global leader in sustainable luxury mobility with further details of Bentley’s Beyond100 strategy revealed.
With the promise to offer truly sustainable luxury, Bentley will reinvent every aspect of their business to become an end-to-end carbon neutral organisation as it embarks on the brand’s second century. The target is driven by a transformation programme across Bentley’s entire operations and products. This includes switching their model range to offer exclusively plug-in hybrid or battery electric vehicles by 2026, and full electric vehicles only by 2030.
Bentley Motors Early Years Careers
Bentley’s world-class apprenticeships offer a range of pathways across Manufacturing, Engineering, Business, Digital, Project Management and more. You’ll work towards an externally recognised qualification whilst developing your skills and experience with on-the-job training and experiences. Applications welcomed from school or college leavers or those looking for a change of career.
There are currently no live vacancies available on Bentley Motors Early Years website, but make sure you stay up to date with The Cheshire and Warrington Pledge Partnership Apprenticeship Vacancy page to see if any apprenticeships become live.
Get in touch
It is important for us at The Cheshire and Warrington Pledge Partnership to continue to provide and facilitate opportunities for young people to experience the real world of work, businesses and understand how to communicate with employers. We are also passionate about bringing schools and employers together to discuss the skills gap and how we can come together to support local businesses and schools.
You can get in touch with our friendly team to find out how you can get involved by emailing Pledge@cheshireandwarrington.com.
posted: Wednesday 08 March