GES Group (Grants Electrical Services) Ltd.) ,hosted this years Apprenticeship event in The Braid, Ballymena. This event brought together local manufacturing businesses and key partners – including Northern Regional College and the Department for the Economy NI.
Mid and East Antrim’s Manufacturing Task Force and Labour Market Partnership have celebrated NI Apprenticeship Week 2024 with an event highlighting the power of apprenticeships to the local economy.
Showcasing a wide variety of different apprenticeship roles available include joinery, engineering, supply chain and logistics, electrical installation and butchery alongside business disciplines including sales, marketing, finance and HR. These are suitable for applicants from GCSE to ‘A’ Level equivalent and degree level.
Maeve Cunning, GES Group HR Manager stated: “Our Trainee Apprenticeship programme has a proven track record of attracting the best of the best, enabling us to welcome top-notch talent into our organisation and retaining them as engineers. By choosing the apprentice pathway, you’ll be given the opportunity for a life-changing experience, where you’ll gain valuable skills and knowledge that will set you up for a fulfilling and rewarding career.”
The Power Of Apprenticeships.