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RMIF's ReMIT training division launches body repair and paint apprenticeship scheme

Published:  04 March, 2009

APPRENTICE training provider ReMIT will launch a body repair and paint apprenticeship training programme on April 30th.

/>The new programme will feature off-the-job training at Toyota’s headquarters at the Highfields Automotive and Engineering Centre in Notting

/>Training is set to commence this summer. A spokesman for ReMIT - the Retail Motor Industry Federation’s (RMIF) training division – said employers could register their interest in the programme

/>The programme is open to apprentices from anywhere in the country, with accommodation provided by ReMIT where necessary. ReMIT said it could assist employers in securing suitable apprentic

/>The facilities will be launched to employers at lunchtime on Thursday 30 April 2009. Anyone interested in attending should call 01623 410

/>ReMIT chief executive Rob Foulston said: “The Nottinghamshire area has not had a local body and paint training facility for some years and this initiative will provide a high quality training solution for some 350 employers in Nottinghamshire and the surrounding East Midlands counties.” &#

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