DB Shenker

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  1. Stuart-h

    Stuart-h Member

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    Does any one on here drive full time for Db Shenker?

    Got a question!
     
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  3. Footplate Man

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    Hello there, have just noticed that DBS are looking for Trainee Drivers try www.rail.dbschenker.co.uk check out the vacancies. Good luck.
     
  4. Stuart-h

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    Cheers Footplate. Had a look on there yesterday. Gcses's a - c??

    None of my gcses are that highly graded!
     
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    I drive for DBS .
    what do you want to know ? ( other than how to spell Schenker )
     
  6. tlionhart

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    #1 driver,
    What routes do the Acton drivers cover?
     
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    no idea !
     
  8. L.M_DannyC

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    Yes I too would like to know if the minimum of 5 GCSE's is set in stone or if it could be overlooked if my application was strong enough.

    Any advice appreciated!
     
  9. Bluebri

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    It does say if you do not meet the criteria your application would not be accepted. With the likely competiton I'm afraid to say it is very unlikely as it is a minimum criteria.
     
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    As mentioned in the above post. So either GCSE or equivalent. If you did a GNVQ and passed this is 4 gcse equivalent.
    Key skills at level 2 English and maths also count as the equivalent GCSE grade C. (If you passed it)
     
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  11. Stuart-h

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    Im already working on the railway and got my pts card plus a truck licence. Would that help at all?
     
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    I've just sent my application off this minute by email!
     
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    Normally just typing your name (along the lines of A.N. Other) will do.
     
  14. haury33

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    i have used my nvq's and city and guilds got through application (nvq 2 = 5 gcse grade a-c.nvq 3 =3 a level) passed test and waiting for depot interview.
     
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