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Phoenix Energy Services hires six apprentices

Phoenix Energy Services operations manager Duncan Whelan, Shea Davison (18) from Belfast, Rocco Quinn (16) from Templepatrick, Finn McKendry-Quinn (18) from Killyleagh, Harvey Joyce (20) from Lurgan, Aaron Jennings (17) from Ballynahinch, Daniel Hughes (16) from Belfast and Phoenix Energy Services apprentice mentor Robert McConnell
Phoenix Energy Services operations manager Duncan Whelan, Shea Davison (18) from Belfast, Rocco Quinn (16) from Templepatrick, Finn McKendry-Quinn (18) from Killyleagh, Harvey Joyce (20) from Lurgan, Aaron Jennings (17) from Ballynahinch, Daniel Hughes (16) from Belfast and Phoenix Energy Services apprentice mentor Robert McConnell

By Staff Reporter

Phoenix Energy Services, part of the Phoenix Natural Gas group, has appointed six new gas engineer apprentices.

The apprentices will be learning the trade while obtaining formal heating and plumbing qualifications as they work towards securing a full-time gas engineer role.

The apprenticeship runs for three years providing an extensive training programme covering asset management, system servicing and inspections.

Duncan Whelan, operations manager at Phoenix Energy Services, said: "Phoenix Energy Services first started an apprentice scheme in 2002 and we're delighted that three quarters of the team that we have now have come through the programme."

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