New partnership between daa and the Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities
The Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities are proud to announce a new partnership with daa.
daa is a global airports and travel retail group with businesses in 16 countries. They are owned by the Irish State and headquartered at Dublin Airport. They own and manage Dublin and Cork airports and have international airport operations and investments in Cyprus, Germany, and Saudi Arabia. ARI, their travel retail subsidiary, has outlets in Europe, North America, the Middle East, India, and Asia-Pacific. They also provide aviation advisory services with our daa International consultancy business. The Group’s core purpose is to connect Ireland with the world and its vision is to be an airport industry leader. We grow our business with talented people by delivering great value for airlines, passengers, and our business partners.
Speaking about the partnership Siobhan Winters, Head of Talent Acquisition in daa said “We are delighted to commence our partnership with the Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities in the School of Education. Hearing about the journey these students have been on, and how they have flourished when provided with the right opportunity and environment, is truly inspirational. By partnering with the Trinity Centre, we hope to be able to support these students as they embark on this fantastic programme."
Brian Drain, Chief People Officer in daa added “This programme is an intrinsic part of our D and I framework and is a wonderful example to be associated with. It is inspirational for anyone who has been touched by the programme and we are very proud to be associated with it."Marie Devitt, Pathways Coordinator of the TCPID said “We are so delighted to welcome daa as a TCPID Business Partner. The partnership will provide our students and graduates the opportunity to learn about, and work within a new industry. We are particularly grateful for this partnership, given the incredible challenges faced by the travel industry over the past 18 months.” More information about daa can be found at www.daa.ie