Colaiste An Chroi Naofa students pay us a visit

2nd May 2018

Transition Year students with teacher Madeleine Herne (far left) and Paul Walsh, Site Manager (far right)

Transition year is a time when students are considering the options available to them in the future. We feel it is important that students get information about the correct subjects to take for the leaving certificate, particularly if their intention is to take up an E&I Apprenticeship. Our Site Manager, Paul Walsh decided the best way to do this was to arrange a site visit so he invited the Transition Year students from Colaiste An Chroi Naofa in Cork to an event on site in Pfizer Little Island Loughmahon.

The day began with the issue of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) by Paul and day passes from Pfizer at security; safety first! Once everyone was kitted out they were brought to our onsite O’Sheas Electrical Instrument Calibration workshop where … Read More »




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