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Behind the scenes with an Aer Lingus apprentice

The airline is doubling its normal intake of new recruits.

Source: TheJournal.ie/YouTube

APPRENTICESHIPS ARE SLOWLY becoming a more popular career path once again.

Aer Lingus – an airline where some of its top staff started their career this way – is keen to take on more staff this way.

It has doubled its planned intake of recruits for the Aircraft Apprentice Scheme, a four-year course run in conjunction with DIT and Solas (more details are available here – closing date is 6 June).

We went behind the scenes at Dublin Airport with one of the current apprentices.

Watch the video above for the full report.

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