Heathrow Truck Centre LimitedSlough

DAF Heavy Vehicle Apprenticeship

£156.00 - Weekly


Construction & Trades
Start: 01 July 2022
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Why We Need You

A DAF Apprentice will work as part of a highly skilled workforce that is committed to quality. With the rapid increase in the complexity of today’s trucks – and the technology needed to keep them up and running – first class training for those involved in the vital servicing and maintenance of these vehicles has become more important than ever. The DAF Trucks National Dealer Apprentice Programme gives you the chance to join the select group of specialist technicians working on some of the most modern, sophisticated trucks on the road.

The Apprentice will be learning about:

  • Housekeeping – health & safety
  • Engine units and components
  • How to inspect heavy vehicles to comply with legal requirements
  • Electrical units and components
  • Automotive vehicle auxiliary electrical faults
  • Routine vehicle maintenance
  • Chassis units & components
  • Vehicle engine faults
  • Transmission units and components
  • Heavy vehicle chassis faults
  • Identify and agree motor vehicle customer needs


Quality in every detail: that’s what makes the difference between a DAF and every other truck. From the steel front bumper to the virtually unbreakable Lexan headlamp covers, and the stylish cab interior to the durable driveline, a DAF truck is built to perform. And it’s built by people who have a passion for trucks.


  • Minimum of 3 GCSE’s or equivalent (9-4/A*-C preferable)
  • Full training will be provided, no skills required
  • A keen interest in heavy vehicles, excellent communication skills both verbal and written
  • The employer is looking for an apprentice that is very hard working an motivated to learn new skills


Address: Heathrow Truck Centre, Lakeside Industrial Estate, Colnbrook By Pass, Slough - SL3 0ED
Phone Number: 07872601709

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