As Bentley celebrates its centenary year, it looks towards its next 100 years by welcoming the next generation of 93 employees to the business.


As Bentley Motors celebrates its centenary year, the company is looking towards the next 100 years by welcoming the next generation of 93 trainees to the business.

The 93 new recruits will be working across different areas of the business, from sales and marketing to traditional engineering and manufacturing The 93 new recruits, consisting of apprentices, undergraduates and graduates, will be working across different areas of the business. This includes commercial areas such as sales and marketing, people and digital, finance and purchasing, as well as the traditional engineering and manufacturing departments.

Of the 93 new recruits, 46 are apprentices that will start training at the company's headquarters in Crewe, bringing the current number of apprentices in the business to over 130. Supporting the digital transformation of the company, 16 of the 46 are focusing on future digital technologies.

The apprenticeship programme follows a three or three and a half-year Advanced Apprenticeship or a Higher or Degree Level Apprenticeship.

14 graduates will also follow a two-year development programme that will see them working across various business functions across the organisation, a starting point for successful business and engineering careers.

The undergraduate scheme, meanwhile, with 33 new recruits, will offer a 12-month development programme focused on degree students looking to complete a year out as part of their studies.