Doncaster teenager Joe Stevens has proven that work experience does pay after being offered a full time position with AW Repair Group.

Joe, a Year 11 student at De Warenne Academy, took part in a fortnight’s work experience last year, and has now accepted a job offer from Yorkshire branch manager Ian Pearson.

Mr Pearson said:  “I was very impressed with Joe, his attitude and work ethic was exemplary and I am delighted to welcome Joe to the AW family.”

Joe is due to finish school in June and will enjoy a short break before commencing his apprenticeship in the fast track workshop on July 14.  Joe will spend the majority of his training on site at AW, gaining valuable on the job experience. He will also be required to study at the Doncaster GTA one day a week, renowned for providing high quality automotive apprenticeships.

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