BMW driver David Wasser will take on an apprenticeship at a driving school this year in a bid to get him to better prepare for a career in the automotive industry.

The German-born Wasser, 32, will take up the Driving Skills course at the BMW Group’s headquarters in Gelsenkirchen, south-west Germany, where he will complete a three-week course which will cover driving fundamentals, including lane position, manoeuvring and road testing.

In the course, he will also be able to learn how to control a BMW E63 and the latest BMW M6.

He will then be tested on the course by other BMW drivers at a nearby track, which is also a BMW factory.

The course will be taught by BMW Driver Education (DED) teacher Dr. Matthias Rüger.

It is the latest of many BMW driver education courses that are being offered across Germany, which has more than 700,000 BMW drivers.

Dr. Rügers, a former BMW driver, said that in Germany there is a lot of interest in driving in the classroom and in the car.

“It’s great to see a BMW driver take the course,” he told Bild.

“I am also hoping that I will have a good chance to work with other drivers who might be interested in the course.”

Dr Rüers hopes to recruit more BMW drivers to take the driving course, which will be based on the same principles as other BMW Driver School courses.

“The Driving Skills class has been in place since September 2016,” he said.

“Since then, we have seen a lot more interest from BMW drivers, and we expect that the number of new drivers will grow.”

We are also happy to offer BMW drivers an opportunity to learn from the best.

“The BMW driver’s school will also provide additional driving lessons for those interested in a career as a car mechanic.

It was founded in 1998 and has over 3,000 staff in over 80 countries.”

Many of the students will be in BMW cars, and this course will give them the skills needed for a successful career in this industry,” said Dr Rüner.”

Some of the driving students will take part in the simulator course, while others will get an introduction to driving in a BMW M3.

“At the end of the day, we aim to provide BMW drivers with the necessary knowledge to drive safely and safely on the roads.”

“A lot of BMW drivers don’t even know they have a job in their future, let alone a driver’s license,” he added.

“This course will teach BMW drivers the necessary skills to become professional drivers.”

The driving school is currently offering the BMW E40 with a range of options, including the M3 M3 Sportback.

“With more than 1,200 students, we’re always looking for ways to make the driving education experience even better,” said Rürer.