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Aston Barclay continues to nurture new talent by investing in apprenticeships

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ASTON Barclay has recruited its latest apprentice as part of its drive to bring new talent into the remarketing industry and develop the industry leaders of tomorrow.

Liam Draper, pictured, recently joined the accounts and finance team at Aston Barclay’s main Chelmsford site, working in a wider group role where he’ll learn a wide variety of skills.

He will be working towards his Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) qualification, whilst gaining vital insight into the remarketing sector.

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Alongside the continual and successful investment in auction centres, IT infrastructure and transport & logistics, the vehicle remarketing group recognises the importance of introducing new talent into the remarketing sector.

As a result, Aston Barclay has now emerged as one of the leading apprenticeship and training providers in the auction industry.

Commercial director David Scarborough added: ‘It is vital for the future of our company and industry that we source and nurture the best talent.

‘The remarketing industry is not one which is widely seen as a career option and often overlooked by many young people, yet through our apprenticeship and training programmes, we have showcased just what an exciting and varied industry it is. There is real potential to succeed in a range of roles.’


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Dave, production editor on Car Dealer Magazine, is a journalist with more than 30 years' experience in the worlds of newspapers, magazines and public relations.

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