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The retail automotive sector employs over 500,000 people with a turnover of a massive £146 billion per year! Working in automotive involves manufacturing and maintaining vehicles such as cars, buses, and motorcycles. The sector is fast-changing, as it is required to develop with the latest technology, so students will need to be innovative with their approach to solving mechanical problems.
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|Job Role||Vehicle Technician||MOT Tester||Vehicle Parts Advisor||Vehicle Body Technicians||Garage Managers and Proprietors||Estimators and Assessors|
|Average Salary||£17,000- £36,000||£28,000- £30,000||£17,000- £30,000||£15,000- £32,000||£20,000- £64,000||£20,000- £55,000|
The Motor Vehicle department boasts outstanding facilities, including an MOT test station, the latest diagnostic equipment and interactive learning aids. Programmes are available at levels suitable for the needs and abilities of all students.
Local businesses support Eastleigh College’s annual ‘Chippy of the Year’ awards celebrating the hard work and successes of the college’s carpentry and joinery students and apprentices.
Carpentry and joinery students from Eastleigh College have helped to save a local charity £12,000 by putting their skills to good use carrying out out essential maintenance and decorating.