New partnership between Ryanair and the Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities
The Trinity Centre for people with Intellectual Disabilities are pleased to announce a new Partnership with Ryanair.
Ryanair is Europe’s Largest Low-cost airline carrying 168m customers last year, with over 3,000 flights per day to 240 airports in over 40 countries.
Speaking about the new partnership Darrell Hughes, Chief People Officer in Ryanair said, We are delighted to announce our partnership with Trinity Centre for people with Intellectual Disabilities. At Ryanair we celebrate our diverse workforce, with over 22,000 people from over 70 different nationalities speaking over 45 languages. Our involvement in this programme will help promote and support equal opportunities, inclusivity, and diversity in our workforce.Marie Devitt, Pathways Coordinator of the TCPID added, “This is a very exciting new partnership for the TCPID with Ryanair. Having the support of such a highly regarded and internationally-recognised company will be invaluable for the TCPID and for Trinity College Dublin. We are really looking forward to working with all the Ryanair team, starting with planning for a placement for one of our students in the coming months.” To find out more about Ryanair go to: www.ryanair.com