Invest NI Chief meets students at McAuley Engineering

INI Chief Executive meets professionals of the future at McAuley Engineering.'L-R Jonathan McAuley, Amme Liegh Trimble (UUJ placement student), Adam Clarke (Northern Regional College Career Academy), Alice Boyd (UUJ placement student), Alastair Hamilton, Louie Heath (Northern Regional College apprentice), Ryan Moon (Former Northern Regional College Career Academy), David Peacock (Northern Regional College apprentice), David Condell (General Manager) Photo by Aaron McCracken/Harrison Photography
INI Chief Executive meets professionals of the future at McAuley Engineering.'L-R Jonathan McAuley, Amme Liegh Trimble (UUJ placement student), Adam Clarke (Northern Regional College Career Academy), Alice Boyd (UUJ placement student), Alastair Hamilton, Louie Heath (Northern Regional College apprentice), Ryan Moon (Former Northern Regional College Career Academy), David Peacock (Northern Regional College apprentice), David Condell (General Manager) Photo by Aaron McCracken/Harrison Photography

On his recent visit to McAuley Engineering, INI Chief Executive Alastair Hamilton met a selection of students and apprentices employed by the company.

The company puts a strong emphasis on training and development of the workforce for the future through apprenticeships and work placements for students in full time education.

McAuley Engineering currently employ 20 young people through the following range of programs; 12 full time apprentices in conjunction with Northern Regional College Ballymena, six students from the Northern Regional College Career academy programs and 2 engineering undergraduates from the Ulster University Jordanstown.