Key Capital Announce New Business Partnership with TCPID
Key Capital are proud to announce a new partnership with The Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities.
The partnership with Key Capital will allow the TCPID to continue to further develop our 2 year Certificate programme for students with intellectual disabilities. The partnership will provide graduate internship opportunities which will help our graduates to build their skills and confidence as they develop their careers.
"I believe that a diverse, talented workforce will deliver the best solutions for Key Capitals clients. In partnering with TCPID we are taking the next important step in widening our pool of talent as part of the internship programme. We look forward to welcoming the graduates over the next three years."
Conor Killeen, Key Capital Chairman
“We are honoured that Key Capital have signed up as a TCPID Business Partner. We are very much looking forward to working closely together over the next few years to develop further opportunities for students and graduates of the TCPID.”
Marie Devitt, Pathways Coordinator of the TCPID