Join Us at Our Contractor Open Evening on 29 May

Join Us at Our Contractor Open Evening on 29 May

This article was originally published on 14 May 2019

Contractor Open Evening PosterBecoming a freelance vehicle technician or MOT tester will change your life and we are holding a Contractor Open Evening on 29 May 2019 so you can find out first hand how easy it is to make the switch.

Come and meet the team, and hear about the benefits of becoming a freelance vehicle technician or MOT tester:

  • Find out how contracting in the automotive aftermarket works
  • Find out what the financial rewards are
  • Hear what Autotech Recruit offers and how we can work with you
  • Hear it first hand – speak to contractors already working with Autotech Recruit to find out what it’s really like
  • Find out about the company’s growth plans and exciting opportunities
  • Meet some of the team

WHERE: De Vere Wokefield Estate near Reading, RG7 3AE
WHEN: Wednesday, 29 May 2019
TIME: 6:30pm-9:00pm
FOOD AND DRINK: BBQ and a beer on us!

From 6.30pm till 9.00pm we are running an open session – just turn up at a time convenient to yourself, have some BBQ food and a beer on us and find out what contracting is really all about!

Our MD will be doing a short presentation at both 7.00pm and 8.00pm, which will explain how contracting with Autotech Recruit works, what the benefits are, how you get paid, how easy it is to get started.

Also attending will be a group of Autotech Recruit contractors who already work for us, who will honestly and openly answer your questions about what it’s really like being a contractor with Autotech Recruit.

The event is free to attend, we just ask that you register here. We promise there will be no hard sell!

Do you know anyone else in the trade who would make a good contractor? Please feel free to invite them to register to attend. If they come on board, you could earn £100 by recommending at the same time via our Refer a Friend scheme. See here for more details.

Please note, all our contractors must hold, as a minimum, a level 3 qualification in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair and have at least 3 years proven experience along with a full UK driving licence.



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