Supercharge your career!Posted: 9th of February 2016 by Nerys Montana
Supercharge your career!
Do you want to be part of an industry full of technological developments? Electric and hybrid vehicles are hitting our roads, with research showing that 60% of drivers are considering buying one within the next two years.
As the development of electric vehicles continues to grow, so do the skills required for those working on them. Currently only 1,000 technicians are qualified to work on electric vehicles in the UK, so it’s a very exciting time for the motor industry and those looking to begin their careers.
Not only is the technology surrounding these advanced vehicles continuing to evolve, so are the premises in which they are sold. Electric car giants Tesla and Hyundai are going against the norm, and have begun selling its cars from shopping centres, such as London’s Westfield. This is shaping the rest of the motor industry, encouraging leading brands such as Audi, BMW and Hyundai to break the trend and follow suit.
The motor industry is looking for the next generation workforce, those with enthusiasm to drive their careers forward. Are you ambitious with a passion for motors? This could be the career for you.
To find out more about the great range of IMI Qualifications available, visit www.theimi.org.uk/qualifications.
Alternatively, view the latest automotive Apprenticeship opportunities at www.theimi.org.uk/jobs.
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