BMW AG is investing ₤17 million ($31 million) to construct a new technical and non-technical training academy near Reading, U.K. The center, slated to open in 2006, will provide training services for BMW, Mini and BMW motorcycle dealer networks, along with support for all BMW employees throughout the U.K. The new academy will feature 32 service bays, 25 training rooms and a BMW, Mini and BMW motorcycle showroom to simulate the actual working environment. An apprentice training center, ...
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