HUNDREDS of students will explore the inner workings of the rescued Vauxhall plant in Ellesmere Port.
Across the town’s plant and its sister site in Luton, more than 700 youngsters are expected to file through.
The students are being invited to explore career opportunities at Britain’s fourth ranked Top Employer – and top automotive employer.
Following last year’s successful roll-out of the See Inside Manufacturing initiative at different automotive manufacturing locations, the plants are once again opening their doors to local schools and other educational institutions this month.
Sessions will provide an insight into career opportunities within automotive manufacturing – including a plant tour and games and activities.
With a track record of top management climbing the ladder into leading roles following undergraduate placements or apprenticeships at Vauxhall, the company has many success stories to tell related to development opportunities: Duncan Aldred, Vauxhall’s chairman and managing director, and Phil Millward, Vauxhall’s director for human resources, both served an apprenticeship at Ellesmere Port at the start of their careers.
See Inside Manufacturing sessions at Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant, North Road, Ellesmere Port, CH65 1AL, are on June 20 and 27. Sessions are from 9am-2.30pm and 1-3.30pm. For bookings, contact Sophie Tobin by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0151 350 2233.