Apprentices set out to prove their worth at new centre

The nine apprentices who have been recruited by the new Automotive Proving Factory being constructed at Tata Steel's Brinsworth site in 2015 have begin training at the AMRC Training Centre
The nine apprentices who have been recruited by the new Automotive Proving Factory being constructed at Tata Steel's Brinsworth site in 2015 have begin training at the AMRC Training Centre
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The first apprentices to work for South Yorkshire’s pioneering Automotive Proving Factory have started learning their trade at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre’s new Training Centre.

The nine apprentices have embarked on a three-year mechanical-manufacturing engineering course and will join the Proving Factory when it opens in 2015, based at Tata Steel’s Brinsworth site.

The Proving Factory will create 150 hi-tech jobs and will bridge the gap between technologists developing new ideas for eco-friendly vehicles and car companies.

Proving Factory apprentice Jacob McNeill said: “The training that we are receiving is excellent and the trainers are very friendly.”