Saturday, 15 October 2016
Bentley;s latest batch of apprentices will renovate a 1965 T-Series, putting it back into factory new condition.
The new apprentices will complete and assemble the trim section and restore the car’s body, paint and engine, putting into practice the modern skills they will gain during their apprenticeship while becoming familiar with traditional techniques.
Post completion, the classic car will join Bentley’s celebrated heritage fleet where it will attend car events across the world.
Commenting on Bentley’s commitment to skills development, Marlies Rogait, Bentley’s Member of the Board for Human Resources, says:
“Bentley’s apprenticeship scheme offers a solid foundation to enable our trainees to learn and grow. Working on one of the most iconic Bentleys from our illustrious past is a truly unique experience, and one which will enhance their skills and knowledge and help them become experts in their chosen field.”