ProVQ replaces Babcock to provide John Deere training

John Deere has appointed ProVQ as its new partner to deliver its apprentice training programmes, replacing the previous provider Babcock.

ProVQ's apprenticeship portal. Image: Supplied
ProVQ's apprenticeship portal. Image: Supplied

John Deere apprentices who are already enrolled with Babcock on the Ag Tech, Parts Tech, Turf Tech and Customer Service Tech programmes will transfer directly to ProVQ, as will the staff who currently look after them, both in the field and during the residential training blocks.

For the new training year starting this autumn, first-year apprentices will be based from November at a new apprentice training centre located at Radcliffe-on-Trent, 15 minutes away from John Deere Limited's headquarters at Langar, Nottingham.

The second- and third-year apprentice programmes will then transfer to the new training centre from Babcock's premises at Ruddington. 

A dedicated registration page is now live on the ProVQ Apprenticeshipfinder website.

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