Local apprentice driven to success

19 year old Harrogate College Apprentice Oliver Wright has just completed a 1600 mile tour in two vintage cars.

Oliver toured Scotland, Ireland and Wales in a 1902 Decaville and completing the return leg in a 1910 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost.



Oliver from Skyreholme near Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire has just completed his Apprenticeship in Light Motor Vehicle with Distinctions at Harrogate College while working at J Wright and Sons Garage.

Apprentice Oliver Wright said:

I am really happy to have completed the level 3 Apprenticeship. I am excited to progress my career, restoring classic cars as I have a real passion for them.

 

Tutor Darren Watson said:

Oliver has shown a flair for the modern apprenticeship even though Oliver has been working mainly on vintage cars. This course has given Oliver a good foundations and understanding of how vehicles work and he will now develop his skills further by restoring and manufacturing parts for these vintage cars he works on.

 



To find out more about the range of courses at Harrogate College including Apprenticeships and Motor Vehicle contact the Course Information office on (01423) 878211 or e-mail: oncourse@harrogate.ac.uk

L-R: Principal Debra Forsythe-Conroy, Business Development Manager Joan Hughes and Apprentice Oliver Wright
L-R: Principal Debra Forsythe-Conroy, Business Development Manager Joan Hughes and Apprentice Oliver Wright
Oliver Wright and Tutor Darren Watson
Oliver Wright and Tutor Darren Watson
Debra Forsythe-Conroy and Oliver Wright
Debra Forsythe-Conroy and Oliver Wright

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