How to reap the many benefits of an ESB apprenticeship

The programme content ensures that ESB has the skills and expertise necessary to maintain a world-leading electricity system, capable of meeting Ireland’s evolving energy needs

11th February, 2018
Michael Conry, training and development manager, ESB Networks

ESB is known for its high-quality apprenticeship programme, which has been in operation since the 1930s and offers on-the-job experience as well as classroom-based learning. The programme content ensures that ESB has the skills and expertise necessary to maintain a world-leading electricity system, capable of meeting Ireland’s evolving energy needs.

Between 2015 and 2020, ESB Networks is recruiting 300 new apprentices as part of a large-scale recruitment and development programme. Interest in this...

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