TBC Conversions wins SME employer at NI Apprenticeships awards
Leading vehicle conversion specialists, TBC Conversions, in partnership with South Western College, has won a major industry award.
The business, which is based in Dungannon, was awarded the SME Employer accolade at the NI Apprenticeship Awards.
The awards celebrate excellence in apprenticeship programmes across Northern Ireland, recognising those who have made significant contributions to their workplace through personal development and learning.
David Donnell, Managing Director at TBC Conversions said: “We are pleased to have been named the SME Employer of the Year at the NI Apprenticeship Awards, signifying our dedication and commitment to our Apprenticeship Programme, which enables us to train our young people to the highest standards.
“Our apprenticeship programme has been running for 10 years now, and we have a 100% success rate with all of our apprentices retaining employment on completion of their course.
“It is a great achievement for not only us, but our apprentices who have worked hard to develop skills for the workforce and their own personal development. Winning is a testament to our team and celebrates the talent, abilities, and benefits gained by taking part. The awards also recognise influential partnerships between employers and training providers that support the continuous growth of Skills Development.”
Alastair Booth, Head of Engineering School at South Western College added: “South Western is extremely proud to be associated with TBC Conversions.
“This SME employer of the year award reflects the successful partnership which has grown and developed over the last number of years.”
TBC Conversions are a unique business in Northern Ireland, and the apprenticeship programme is highly sought after with a large number of applicants applying each year.
For more information about TBC Conversion’s apprenticeship programme, visit www.tbcconversions.com/
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