Modern Apprenticeship Scheme at Ryobi Aluminium Casting UK Ltd

Ryobi is once again working in partnership with NRC to deliver a Modern Apprenticeship scheme. This is a great opportunity for talented people to learn Engineering skills while earning a wage and gaining hands on experience, with fantastic career opportunities available to the top performers at the end of the programme.

While the minimum expectation is that our students will achieve up to the Level 3 BTEC and NVQ Level 3 in Engineering at the end of the first 3 years, we also provide the possibility to complete an HNC during year 4 and 5.

For more information and see how an apprenticeship can be a great route for you, please see the video below.

NRC – Career Ready Programme

Two Career Ready Programme students joined Ryobi yesterday – for the next 6 weeks they will be┬álearning hands on skills in Engineering Maintenance

Thomas McConaghie & Kayleigh Burns

Ryobi Runners compete in the Grant Thornton Corporate 5K Team Challenge Belfast 2018

Congratulations to the Ryobi Runners who competed in the Grant Thornton Corporate 5K Team Challenge Belfast 2018 on Thursday 21st June 2018.

Well done Andrew Hanna, Simon Fuller, Barry Reynolds, Brian Alexander, Stephen Seymour, William Hamilton, Luke Banna and Gary Montgomery

A total of 126 teams competed and the Ryobi Teams came 13th & 17th.

Gary Montgomery came 1st across the line breaking the course record!

The team from Ryobi join competitors from businesses across Northern Ireland take part in last night’s Grant Thornton Runway Run at Belfast City Airport.

600 runners from a range of industries took to the tarmac for the popular 5k team challenge which was started by Pete Snodden and with a ceremonial water cannon salute.

The Simon Community was selected as the charity partner for the leading business advisory firm’s sold out event which is now in its fourth year.

 

Ryobi Runner – Barry Reynolds , William Hamilton, Andrew Hanna and Simon Fuller

Ryobi-wan-Kenobi – Brian Alexander, Stephen Seymour, Luke Banna and Gary Montgomery

Gary Montgomery from Ryobi-wan-Kenobi – first across the line out of 600 runners!