NIE Electrical Engineering Apprenticeships

NIE are offering school leavers the opportunity to apply for their apprenticeship programme Training is provided by their experienced training instructors and we have a history of providing jobs and career progression on the successful completion of apprentice training.

Each year they recruit apprentices for one or more of these roles depending on our business requirements.  This year they are currently looking for Electrician (Metering) Apprentices

During the two year programme all apprentices will work towards achieving a nationally recognised qualification alongside gaining new technical and practical skills.

Selection will be by application form, aptitude testing, practical assessment centre and interview.

For more information or to apply: https://www.nienetworks.co.uk/careers/apprentice-training-programme

Online applications open from Monday 27 January through to 4pm on Friday, 21 February 2020. Early applications are encouraged.

Mivan Apprenticeship Opportunity

Apprenticeship Opportunity

Mivan are currently recruiting for Apprentice Joiners through the Apprentice Navigators Programme, our new student engagement initiative. A Mivan Apprenticeship is an excellent opportunity to start your career and earn while you learn. You will gain NVQ Level 2 and 3 qualifications working on exciting global projects while developing a range of skills to become a qualified joiner.

If you are interested in finding out more about our Apprentice Navigators Programme please come along to our open evening on Thursday 5th    March 2020 from 3.30pm to 5.30pm at our premises on Greystone Road, Antrim.

The evening will include presentations, a tour of our facilities and the opportunity to talk to current Mivan apprentices and employees.

Mivan Apprentice Open Night A5

Art Department showcases student work

The Art Department will be showing this year’s amazing GCSE and A Level work on Monday 24th June in the Hamilton Building from 2.45 – 4.00 pm. If you get a chance pop in for some tea and cake to celebrate all beautiful pieces of Art created this year. Pupils, parents and members of the community very welcome! #aspiretosucceed #learningwithoutlimits

Queens Junior Academy Medicine and Life Sciences Day

This week our Queen’s Junior Academy students visited the Medical Biology Center at Queen’s University for an introduction to Medicine & Life Sciences.  They had a great time being show around and learning more about what study at Queen’s could look like.

Year 8 and 9 Smashed Project

Through Learning for Life and Work, Year 8 and 9 pupils had the opportunity to watch a drama followed by a Q and A session. This event was delivered by The Smashed Project. The event was based on the dangers of alcohol and the potential legal consequences of getting a criminal record through the anti-social use of alcohol. At the end of the event the PSNI re-enforced the message. Our pupils were a credit to themselves and our school and the visitors were superb! #aspiretosucceed #learningwithoutlimits#theglengormleyway

Science Department help out with Ashgrove Science Week

The Science Department was delighted to accept an invitation from Ashgrove Primary School to take part in their Science Week. Miss Dowds, Mr Gault and three Ashgrove past pupils, Lucie, Dylan and Callum who acted as glamourous assistants attended the school. Two P6 classes had the chance to make Lava Lamps and launch Mini Rockets some which went higher than the building.

 

Mr Coey’s Year 12 class carry out River Study

Year 12 students were out doing a fieldwork river study.  They were investigating changes in the Colin River.  It was fun day out and our pupils were a credit to the school.  See if you can spot any famous faces!