In 2013 Vantage Vehicle Conversions recruited its first apprentice – Connor Evans –  as a trainee vehicle conversion technician.  Connor successfully completed his apprenticeship, and today, less than three years since joining the business is now a Team Leader.

Mark Cheshire, Managing Director at Vantage Vehicle Conversions said:

‘Connor is an asset to the business, and has clearly demonstrated the benefits a successful apprenticeship can bring to both the company and the individual’.

Since 2013 Vantage has taken on a further two apprentices, Megan McCormick and Charlotte Burrows.  After completing her Level 2 and 3 apprenticeship in Business Administration Charlotte became Sales Administrator, and a key member of the support office team earlier this year.  Megan will complete her Level 2 apprenticeship in Business Administration next month.

Vantage recruits its apprentices through Matrix Training and Development, an organisation that is renowned for designing apprenticeships around a businesses needs, ensuring the apprentice reaches a high level of competency and performance.  Jenny Edmunds, Assessor at Matrix Training said:

‘I have been working closely with Vantage for over two years and have been impressed by the supportive environment the business creates for its apprentices, it’s clear that both Megan and Charlotte are enjoying their apprenticeships and have demonstrated real commitment to their programmes’.

If you think you have the right skills and attitude to join Vantage Vehicle Conversions as an apprentice send a CV and covering letter to