The trades industry is made up of a collection of fields relying on skilled craftspeople, including construction workers, electricians, carpenters, plumbers, and mechanics. These are all very service-oriented industries, where you often need to go above and beyond to make an impression on your customers. The Automotive Industry covers every role from a vehicle leaving the production line to the moment it gets scrapped. There are 150+ job roles available in the Retail Automotive Industry. Industry subsectors: body repair, fast fit, motorcycle, light vehicle, heavy vehicle, leasing & renting, mobile and specialist. In this project you will investigate some of the careers in this field and work on a sustainable vision of Formula 1

Job Market Data
6% of jobs required in 2024 will be in Trades and Motor
1.4% of people aged 17-18 want to work in the sector according to an ONS survey from 2021
For more information have a look at the complete ONS data

Driving Question: How can Formula 1 become more sustainable?

Project Guide Slides: TRADES AND MOTOR sector: Project Guide Slides

Immersion Event: Hydrogen Fuel Cells vs Electric Cars

Part 1: A deeper look into Trades and Motor and the roles available
TASK: Create a report on the jobs available in the sector

Part 2a: The Sustainable Design of Formula 1 Vehicles
TASK: Design a car that uses sustainable technology

Part 2b: The Sustainable Infrastructure of Formula 1 Teams
TASK: SWOT Analysis of current Formula 1 Teams

Live visit to a Formula 1 Team United Kingdom HQ

Part 2c: Sustainable Formula 1 Calendar
TASK: Create a more sustainable calendar of events

Part 3a: The Marketing Strategy
TASK: Create an online marketing campaign with sustainable values

Part 4: Presentation
TASK: Present your Sustainable Vision and Mission

Final Evaluation

Where next

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