Vauxhall is combining its existing apprenticeships with Groupe PSA’s apprenticeship programmes.


Apprentices currently on the Vauxhall scheme can continue to train with training provider Raytheon, while all new apprentices will now receive training from PSA Group provider Calex.

David March, Groupe PSA network development director, said: “Joining the Groupe PSA apprenticeship scheme is a great development for the Vauxhall apprenticeship scheme. Not only will new and existing apprentices continue to have access to some of the best training possible, but with the partnership they will be able to expand their toolset and knowledge base to work on vehicles across all Groupe PSA Brands.”


Published by Greg Whitaker

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