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Archive of articles in Moving On Magazine about automotive careers for school leavers.

Motor museum fan? Check out our top five transport and motor museums.

As a special treat for petrol heads everywhere here’s a list of each motor museum and car exhibition you could visit at weekends or during school holidays.  Beaulieu National Motor Museum Hampshire Adults £20, children £9.95 Key exhibits at this famous motor museum include everything from record-breaking vehicles to cars that have starred in films, Formula One races and ... Read More »

Bloodhound Project – a supersonic boost for kids and the UK economy.

The Bloodhound project

Bloodhound Project director Richard Noble hopes that his supersonic scheme will inspire kids to invent and design new technology, to boost the UK’s economy. About Richard Noble and The Bloodhound Project Richard Noble hopes to drive his supersonic car, Bloodhound SSC, into the record books this year but he is also full of hope about another mission – to engage ... Read More »

Automotive product designer – motor industry design jobs and careers

Automotive product design

As an automotive product designer you can combine your technological know-how with your creativity to design the planet’s favourite form of motor transport. If designing cars is your dream job… There are lots of different job and career roles in the automotive industry – we’ve covered loads of them in Moving On magazine! But being a car designer is a dream ... Read More »

Car sales jobs, apprenticeships and training

Car Sales

Car sales are going up again in the UK so if you’re a bit of a petrol-head and think you have a flair for selling cars and vehicles, read on – a career in car and vehicle sales could be right up your street ! The automotive industry is plays a really important part in the UK economy, contributing over ... Read More »

Aston Martin take on 14 new apprentices

Possibly the best known name in the British automotive industry,  Aston Martin, the world-renowned luxury car maker, has taken on 14 new apprentices at their manufacturing headquarters in Gaydon, Warwickshire. The lucky candidates, selected from over 600 applicants, started their Aston Martin apprenticeships in January as part of the company’s drive to invest in young people, as well as in ... Read More »

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