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National Apprenticeship Week – How We Can Help

Feb 9, 2022

This week in the UK we are celebrating National Apprenticeship Week.

This is an annual event with a purpose to shine a light how apprenticeships can impact someone’s life.

An apprenticeship is a paid job where the individual gains experience in a business, whilst also learning in a classroom with a local college or training provider.

There are many businesses who support apprenticeship schemes and will hire every year. Places like The British Army, BMW, Deloitte and the BBC all offer highly sought-after apprenticeship opportunities.

At Wheels to Work, we understand many people will want to apply for a variety of different apprenticeship roles but may be hindered by a lack of transport.

Our motto is “Go Further for your Future”: we want young people to be able to spread their wings and have reliable transport that can get them to their dream position.

A logo for National Apprentice Week - it says "Build the Future #NAW2022".

Common Transport Issues

  • None or little public transport in your area.
  • Public transport timetable does not match your hours of work.
  • Heavily rely on family and or friends to give you a lift.
  • The distance is too far to walk or cycle.
  • Purchasing a car is too big of an investment.
  • You have not yet gained your full driving licence.
Several Piaggio scooters lined up on a sunny day.

Wheels to Work Silverstone offer a speedy and professional service hiring both 50cc and 125cc scooters across 7 counties.

These include Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Leicestershire, Buckingham, Berkshire and Bedfordshire.

We have listed the many benefits of hiring a scooter from us in our recent blog. Go further for your future this National Apprenticeship Week!

If you or anyone you know is struggling with transport, then please get in touch or apply now and we can have you on the road in no time.

The Wheels to Work logo - two bold stick men; one handing over a scooter whilst the other receives it with his hand on one of the handlebars.