Listers Toyota

Apprentice Light Vehicle Technician - Listers Toyota Boston

Employer:

Listers Toyota

Training Provider:

PROVQ LIMITED

Weekly wage £156.00
40.0 hours per week 8.30am - 5.30pm (Days to be confirmed)
duration: 3 years
start: 1 January 2020
Boston
Advanced(level 3)
Motor vehicle service and maintenance technician (light vehicle) Level 3 (A level) (apprenticeship standard)
30 November 2019 (application closing date)
Toyota is committed to attracting bright, enthusiastic individuals, to provide technical support to our expanding dealer network. The comprehensive three year apprenticeship is designed to ensure our dealer network is equipped to meet the customer's demands and keep up to date with ever evolving technology.

Responsibilities

If you have an interest in motor vehicle technology, this is your opportunity to start your career.

As an Apprentice, you will work alongside an experienced Technician, maintaining and repairing customer’s vehicles, reporting to the Centre Manager.

The job will involve the service, diagnosis and repair of a wide variety of Toyota vehicles to very high industry standards.

Duties will include:

  • Carrying out foundation tasks common to all service and repair procedures, such as, removing and replacing bolts, screws, clips, seals and fasteners, sometimes using cutting, drilling, filing and other fabrication skills
  • Contributing to a safe and efficient workshop environment, by adhering to the company’s Health and Safety processes, accurate record keeping, and following standardised workshop practices
  • Accessing information such as wiring diagrams, technical data, and vehicle repair information, then applying the information appropriately
  • Using complex diagnostic, mechanical, and, electrical measuring equipment
  • Inspecting and preparing vehicles to quality standards prior to handing over to customers
  • Service and maintain without supervision
  • Removing, repairing / replacing components to manufacturer’s specification
  • Investigate vehicle faults and identify their underlying causes
  • Apply advanced diagnostic principles, and logical problem solving techniques, using diagnostic tools, and standard testing regimes, to identify mechanical and electrical faults

Future Prospects

Upon completion of your apprenticeship, there will be scope for additional training, and it is not uncommon to progress through the ranks.

Reality Check

Vehicles are highly complex, and whilst no formal qualifications are required, you must be literate and numerate, with a desire to learn. You must possess a genuine interest in motor vehicle technology and have practical ability to become a first-rate Technician.

This is a physically demanding role so the candidate will need to be physically able to carry out demands of the role. You will also be active for most of the time.

Skills Required

  • Technically minded
  • Practical skills
  • Logical thinking skills

Qualities Required

  • A good listener
  • Able to follow instructions
  • Willing to study
  • A team player

Qualifications Required

You should already have, or be predicted to gain, good GCSE grades (or equivalent) in both English and maths, but this is not essential. 

Training Provided

With mentoring, support and monitoring whilst at work, combined with residential training at the Toyota Academy, you will gain the knowledge and skills required to achieve the qualification.

Please Note: Off the job training is on a residential basis. Apprentices stay at the Mercure Burton Upon Trent. All travel, and, accommodation costs are covered by the employer.