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Bentley Motors welcomes largest ever intake of trainees

Bentley Motors has welcomed its largest ever intake of apprentices, undergraduates and graduates, with 112 new recruits joining the 4,000-strong Crewe-based workforce, which is currently delivering the biggest transformational programme in the luxury marque’s 102-year history.

Over the past two weeks, 39 apprentices and 39 undergraduates have started their Bentley careers, with 14 graduates to follow next month. The new recruits are working across a wide range of areas within the business including engineering, production, marketing, project management, human resources and digital and IT. Coupled with the 20 apprentices who began their journey earlier in 2021, the scale of the 2021 programme demonstrates Bentley’s commitment to developing future skills through trainee programmes.

Underlining Bentley’s transformational Beyond100 strategic ambitions, and to help shape the company for the future, a third of the trainees will work exclusively on digital innovation.

Bentley Motors has welcomed 112 new recruits, its largest ever intake of apprentices, undergraduates and graduates to its factory in Crewe / Picture: Bentley Motors

Nicola Johnson, Bentley’s head of people, engagement and transformation, said: “Bentley, and the entire automotive industry, is changing faster than ever and so recruiting the next generation and leaders of tomorrow, with a digital mind-set, is a key part of our strategy to becoming the leader in sustainable luxury mobility. We have focused on the finest talent that can help shape our future and I am delighted to welcome them as we work together to deliver our vision for a new Bentley.”

Bentley’s targets were set out in last year’s Beyond100 strategy, with the aim to become a global leader in sustainable luxury mobility and reinvent every aspect of its business. At the forefront of this strategy, is the desire to be carbon neutral and move to full electrification throughout the entire model range by 2030.

To help design and build these Bentleys of the future, the company is focusing on greater diversity, upskilling in some areas and attracting a wide range of the best talent from all walks of life, including digital innovators and creative thinkers.

Earlier this year, Bentley was again recognised for the tenth consecutive year as a Top Employer by the Top Employers Institute – the only car brand to feature on the list. The Institute recognises employers globally who make every effort to continuously improve colleague experiences through digital transformation, enhance recruitment processes, as well as nurturing and developing talent.

In January, the Top Employers Institute named Bentley as a Top Employer for the tenth consecutive year / Picture: Bentley Motors

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