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Jess Rowley

Jessr19

Mechanics Channel

Pull apart some ideas and get your head around others. Discuss car builds, troubleshooting, workshops and advice for mechanics.

Mechanics Channel

Pull apart some ideas and get your head around others. Discuss car builds, troubleshooting, workshops and advice for mechanics.

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Posted by: Jessr19 - Posted: January 31, 2021

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I am currently enrolled at the National College For Motorsport to begin in September. Alongside my course I am required to complete 20 hours of work experience per week however I am more than happy to fulfil more than the quota hours.
I am a hard worker and will dedicate myself to any role given to gain as much experience in the motorsport environment as possible to enrich my college experience.

Alfie

Hello Alfie,

Welcome to Student Motorsport, thanks for becoming a part of our community! It’s great to see another student form the NC4M here, we see a few of you have registered here now.

Like all of our members, we look forward to seeing you in and amongst the forums and supporting you in your career aims and seeing you excel on your course this year. You like many other of our members are looking to secure work experience which is crucial to your development, your early enquiry and focus on this crucial area is what we’ll set you apart from others, well done.

So let’s get started, can you tell us what course you are studying for example (Engineering Technology (Motorsport) EAL Level 2 Diploma), and what aspects are you looking forward to?

Top Tip:

We like to see members gain the most from our network, and that starts with you. We recommend you complete your full Student Motorsport profile (with as much detail as possible) so you get the most out of our network.

Future employers are looking out for something different, the ‘best of the best’ some say, and those who illustrate a good amount of effort and detail stand out, let us know if we can help of course. Plus, ‘it’s also nice to be able to ‘put a face to your name’. We’re interested in taking a look at your educational background, your interests and of course, see what your aims are, and there are future employers out there looking to do the same.

Hi Jess,

Welcome to the Mechanics Channel!

So, jobs you say? We seem to have lost the content from the post here can you help us with your enquiry…we may have hit a technical hiccup!

Are you looking for a job in the motorsport industry, I notice you’re on a motorsport course at the NC4M so I guess you’re focussed on the start of your motorsport career now?

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