South Eastern Regional College (SERC) has recognised eleven local employers in their annual Business Excellence Awards for supporting education and employability.
William Greer, Chief Training and Contracts Officer at SERC said, “SERC is the most successful college in Northern Ireland. Our contribution to shaping the workforce of the future and ensuring people update and develop their skills is second to none. Our innovative, employer-led approach creates better skills, better jobs, better economy and ultimately, better lives for the people of Northern Ireland.
He added “We are proud to work with over 7000 employers and businesses across the country. Our Business Excellence Awards recognise just some of our partner employers’ commitment to the education and training process and to continuous investment in skills development of their staff and we congratulate them and wish them continued success.”
SERE Ltd who received an Award for their Commitment to Training. Bernard McCottor, General Manager, SERE Ltd said,
“We are delighted to receive this Award from SERC in recognition of our Commitment to Training. Our staff are integral to everything we do at SERE Ltd so it is vital they are trained to the highest standards. It is great that we have been able to access flexible, bespoke training for the team at SERC to meet the needs of our business.”
Business Excellence Awards were presented for:
Commitment to Training
Finaghy Cleaning (Finaghy)
Greenview Gas (Newry)
John Cameron and Sons (Newtownards)
Reencon Development Services Ltd (Newcastle)
SERE Ltd (Belfast)
Temple M + E Limited, (Carryduff) and
Commitment to Work-Based Apprenticeship Programme
Quinn’s Bar and Restaurant (Newcastle)
Student Placement Provider
Chris Irvine Engineering (Bangor)
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SERE Ltd, Belfast has received a South Eastern Regional College (SERC) Business Excellence Award for their Commitment to Training. The Awards are presented in recognition of support for Education and Employability by local businesses. Pictured (r-r) Ryan Black, Industrial Training Consultant, SERC, Bernard McCottor, General Manager, SERE Ltd, Jeb Berkeley, Business Skills Manager, SERC and Joanne Thompson, Service Manager, SERE Ltd.