If you are an employer considering taking on an apprentice, do check out the specialist apprentice training providers below who offer nationwide residential block release schemes.
Want to get a qualification in Heritage Engineering to start your career? Then read on to see details of courses you can attend and qualifications you can achieve.
Want some fun learning more about maintaining your classic car? Have a look through the short course sections...
Centres of Excellence.
The following organisations provide block-release employer-led apprenticeship training of the Heritage Engineering Advanced Apprenticeships Standard at Level 3 in all or some of the pathways:
Coachbuilding & Trim.
Diploma Courses in Classic Vehicle Restoration.
The following providers run full-time college courses to help learners achieve Level 2 or Level 3 NVQ qualifications in Classic Vehicle Restoration.
From there, learners can progress to employment in the vehicle restoration industry or can embark on an apprenticeship with an employer.
The NVQs were developed by the Institute for the Motor Industry (I.M.I.) in collaboration with The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs (F.B.H.V.C.).
Short-courses and learning for leisure.
Heritage & Classic Vehicle Sector
These providers run traineeship schemes in the heritage rail and steam sector.