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He has 26 years’ experience in the automotive engineering industry – having started his career as an apprentice in a garage, aged 16 – and prior to joining the college wasoperations manager for a training provider with responsibility for managing trade apprenticeships.
Nick said: “The college already has a well-established automotive and engineering department and I am looking forward to developing it further and to working with students, apprentices and employers to establish more high-quality apprenticeship and work experience opportunities within the sector.
“As a former apprentice I know what it’s like to start out in the industry and will be using my experience to inspire the next generation of technicians to go on to successful future careers.”
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