‘Vocation’ was a key theme of the Invictus UK Team Trials week held in Sheffield, and Mission Automotive members were able to be part of a very special event. The Initiative was front and centre in front of the City Hall for the vocational forum - and for a very special jobs fair held for over 300 service leavers as well as the Invictus audienceRead More
Internationally acclaimed brake company and Mission Automotive founder partner, Alcon Components Ltd, took the opportunity presented by their presence at Goodwood Festival of Speed to sign the British Armed Forces Covenant on their stand. In doing so, Alcon have undertaken to honour the Armed Forces Covenant and to support the community it represents. It gives formal recognition to the value that serving personnel, both regular and reservists, veterans and military families contribute to society and to the country…Read More
Mission Automotive is a new initiative that aims to guide service-leavers with high-voltage capabilities into a changing motor industry that sorely needs them.
Mission Motorsport also works with potential employers, businesses in the automotive and mobility industry, from motorsport, to car manufacturing, to delivery companies, mechanics and maintenance.
Returning service folk can sometimes find the competitive and self-promoting nature of the civilian job market a challenge. Mission Motorsport opens conversations with employers, to open their minds and allow them to effectively engage with a large potential workforce.Read More
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson MP was at the launch as “Mission Automotive” was given the green light.
Mr Williamson insisted the companies weren't doing the service personnel a "favour", on the contrary, it was them that benefited from the veterans "immense wealth of talent."
He added that the companies get someone with a "sense of loyalty, skill and discipline" by employing a veteran."Read More