Friday, 23 December 2016
SEAT surprises some school children on a recent visit to one of their production facilities.
This initiative is part of SEAT’s commitment to young talent and educational projects, which is reflected in the nearly 60 years of existence of the company’s Apprentice School, a vocational training centre whose key to success is the completion of training courses in a real-world environment.
185 young hopefuls are currently learning and studying there with the option of later becoming a part of the company’s workforce.
The SEAT factory in Martorell has the highest output in Spain. Last year a total of 477,000 units were produced here and later distributed to the more than 75 countries where the Spanish brand markets its vehicles.