Moy Park has appointed 10 new engineering apprentices as part of an ongoing drive by the company to equip young people with the skills needed for a career in agri-food.
Moy Park and Southern Regional College staff along with the new Engineering Maintenance apprentices.
The four year apprenticeship programme, delivered in partnership with Southern Regional College, allows apprentices to gain hands-on practical experience within a successful business while working towards a NVQ Level 3 in Engineering Maintenance at Portadown campus. Students study a diverse range of modules including engineering safety, mechanical maintenance, technical communications as well as equipment assembling and testing.
Greg Quinn, HR Business Partner, Moy Park said; “We work collaboratively with Southern Regional College to deliver an engaging apprenticeship programme that provides students with expert engineering and food manufacturing knowledge. Classroom based learning coupled with hands-on, practical experience gained through working alongside Moy Park’s experienced professional engineers, ensures that our apprentices are ready for a career in the fast-paced world of food manufacturing.”
Moy Park has a strong track record of supporting skills development through apprenticeships having partnered with Southern Regional College for the last four years.
Greg Quinn added; “We are delighted to welcome our latest apprentices to Moy Park and look forward to providing these young people not just with learning opportunities but with mentorship and advice. Nurturing the next generation of engineering talent is essential if we are to establish the talent pipeline needed for the local agri-food sector.”
To find out more about this course or others available why not come along to the SRC Portadown campus open day on Wednesday 7th March from 3pm-9pm.