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Motor Vehicle Apprenticeship Case Studies

Josh Ashworth Motor Vehicle Apprenticeship


“My confidence has improved a lot since starting my apprenticeship. I am using different tools that I have never used before, I’m speaking to customers and I’m working more independently”.

Josh Ashworth

Motor Vehicle Apprenticeship

Case Study: Josh Ashworth

Josh went on to study a Motor Vehicle Apprenticeship after completing his Level 2 Vehicle Inspection qualification, at ProCo, his tutor contacted the Ford dealership garage and asked them to give Josh a work trial.

Since the age of seven, Josh has always wanted to be a mechanic and has recently been offered an Apprenticeship at Leigh-based, Victoria garage after completing a motor vehicle qualification at Wigan-based training provider ProCo.

As part of his Apprenticeship, Josh is responsible for servicing cars, helping with MOTs, carrying out safety inspections and pre-delivery inspections.

Alan Davies, Motor Vehicle Assessor at ProCo, said: “I picked Josh as he is an outstanding learner who is keen and interested in working in the motor vehicle industry.

Connor Brookes Motor Vehicle Apprenticeship


“I love my apprenticeship. It’s very varied; every day is different. One day I can be valeting a car the next I can be helping in the paint shop.”.

Connor Brookes

Motor Vehicle Apprenticeship

Case Study: Connor Brookes

After studying on one of ProCo’s study programmes, Connor Brookes has now progressed on to ProCo’s Motor Vehicle Study Programme to gain a level 2 qualification in Vehicle Inspection. As part of his course Connor worked towards a vocational qualification, an employability qualification and a work placement at Trevor Jones garage.

Connor’s responsibilities as a motor vehicle apprentice include building and stripping cars, valeting, general housekeeping and helping in the paint shop.

Alan Davies, Motor Vehicle Assessor at ProCo, said:

“It’s clear to see that Connor is interested in the body side of the motor industry. He is willing to learn and progress.”