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Kangan Institute launches NSW training for Jaguar Land Rover apprentices

Welcoming the first batch of apprentices to the program in April

Kangan Institute has launched training delivery in New South Wales as part of Jaguar Land Rover’s Global Apprenticeship Training Program for its apprentices.

This expansion follows on from Kangan Institute’s appointment as training partner for Jaguar Land Rover’s Global Apprenticeship Training Program that began in April 2019 for first year apprentices.

An Australian-first, the program provides training in Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology (AUR30616) and Certificate II in Automotive Air Conditioning Technology (AUR20218) to apprentice technicians at Kangan Institute’s Automotive Centre of Excellence in Docklands, Melbourne.

The program’s expansion to New South Wales will see training being delivered at Jaguar Land Rover facilities and will include second and third year apprentices.

Kangan Institute CEO Sally Curtain said the program enables Australian automotive apprentices to gain world-class skills and knowledge.

Kangan Institute Executive Director of Studies Joe Ballato with Jaguar Land Rover Director of Customer Service Scott Maynard at the program’s commencement earlier this year. Kangan Institute Executive Director of Studies Joe Ballato with Jaguar Land Rover Director of Customer Service Scott Maynard at the program’s commencement earlier this year.

“Kangan Institute’s Automotive Centre of Excellence is proud to partner with Jaguar-Land Rover to deliver its Global Apprenticeship Training Program in Australia,” said Ms Curtain.

“Kangan Institute is committed to enhancing Australian workforce and industry through strong industry partnerships and strong support from our Government.  

The inaugural group of apprentices at the start of their training program at Kangan Institute’s Automotive Centre of Excellence. The inaugural group of apprentices at the start of their training program at Kangan Institute’s Automotive Centre of Excellence.

“This program enables Kangan Institute to align closely with global best practice and deliver vital skills to drive the future of the Australian automotive sector.”

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