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Attracting and retaining young people to automotive retailing can be difficult!

To highlight the number of opportunities the retail automotive industry offers and ‘fix the recruitment crisis’, the NFDA is running a new, exciting web based initiative in partnership with ‘Get My First Job’.

‘Get my first job’ attracts young people before they choose what sector to work in.  It profiles their aspirations and then recommends industries. In this way, Get My First Job appeals to candidates whose interests and skills match the roles offered.

This will mean that young people who would have previously NEVER considered automotive retailing will be directed to the NFDA’s industry career information pages and then onto local retailers. The aim is to highlight the vast variety of opportunities within the sector.

To set up the automotive sector on the website and consequently direct interested students (apprentices, trainees or graduates) into the industry, we need to invest a little outside the normal NFDA budget.

The initial cost of investing in this NFDA initiative is:

0-9 sites               £500.00                                10-19 sites          £1000.00

20-39 sites           £2000.00                             40-100 sites        £2500.00

100+ sites            £3500

This will cover all the set-up costs and the first year of the project.

This includes the dedicated web presence with your groups logo and monthly monitoring of activity.  The second year will be at a considerably reduced cost based on the success of the first year.

Please contact to participate.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Posted by Sue Robinson on 24/11/2017