Fleetline Coachworks

Date

12.07.2017

Time

5:30pm - 7:00pm / 7:30pm - 9:00pm

Location

Fleetline Coachworks

Address

Lancefield House, Unit 1, 5 Commerce Way, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 4XA

DISCOVER OUR INDUSTRY

Quite simply, the Vehicle Repair industry is what drives Britain! From Minis to Porsches, from motorbikes to camper vans, from taxis to lorries and emergency vehicles, we repair accident damage to the highest manufacturer's safety standards to get drivers back on the road with the minimum of disruption. It takes many different people to run a bodyshop and they are not all technicians. With admin staff, finance assistants and managers equally as valued as technicians, there really is a place for everyone in Vehicle Repair.

The industry offers diverse career opportunities in both business and technical environments, with top technicians earning over £50k per year, and all take huge satisfaction from playing their part in keeping drivers safely on the road. Come and explore all the fantastic opportunities Vehicle Repair has to offer you at the interactive event at Fleetline Coachworks - learn how to use a spray gun, reshape bent metal, dismantle and reassemble modern vehicles, all under the watchful eye of some of the industry's most skilled technicians!

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