The last of the preparation is done and tomorrow is the day that CJK take on Hell and Back in Kilruddery House. CJK work closely with Coolmine and we couldn’t be prouder to take on this challenge to help raise funds for a great cause. Best of luck tomorrow to everyone taking part!
Give us a cheer along the way if you see the Blue & White of CJK 😊
CJK are delighted to hear that EPIC the Irish Emigration Museum in the CHQ and Jameson Distillery, Bow Street have won awards at the European stage of the 2019 World Travel Awards. CJK undertook the complete electrical installation on the refurbishments of these iconic visitor attractions.
MHW is something that is important to us here at CJK. It is a time to bring awareness to health issues that affect men disproportionately and focuses on getting men to become aware of problems they may have and to gain the courage to do something about it. Each year Men’s Health Week becomes bigger and more well-known. The more well-known the week becomes, the more men will feel like it’s OK to talk about their health issues and not just push them to the side and ignore them!
CJK are proud to be using Hyundai Ireland electric cars, especially on World Environment Day. It’s important to make conscious decisions to help the environment. Take a look at how good our fleet of cars look below.
Brilliant day today at TU Dublin Bolton Street where Deborah Tighe and Amy Patterson met lots of students participating in the Access to Apprenticeship course.
Access to Apprenticeship is a 12-week course that lets students sample a range of apprenticeships, not just electrical. As part of the course they help the students prepare CVs and develop interview skills. They also offer two weeks work experience. Every student comes out with Health & Safety and Safe Pass Certificates.