Congratulations to Megan Anthony, Apprentice Manufacturing and Engineering Engineer at Terex Omagh who was honoured at the Ulster University inaugural Rising Star awards, which took place at a prestigious awards ceremony this week at Titanic Hotel, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
The awards recognise the outstanding achievement and potential of Ulster University's apprentices and employers. Megan received the RISING STAR in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering for showing impressive progress in her apprenticeship learning to date.
John Sweeney, Megan's mentor at Terex, spoke about her accomplishment, "Megan has exceeded our expectations in regard to her role within Terex. Her attention to detail and forward thinking are well above average and she displays excellent emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills in dealing with team members on the floor. She has received numerous compliments from senior personnel on her work ethic and fully deserves this fantastic recognition."
MEGA - Manufacturing and Engineering Growth and Advancement, who works collaboratively with Ulster University on the industry approved Degree Apprenticeship in Manufacturing Engineering stated, "Megan Anthony epitomises everything that is brilliant about apprenticeships. She is hard working, a loyal team member and is excelling in her university studies. Congratulations Megan we are all so proud of you."
A massive well done to you, Megan - it is clear that your contribution is valued not only by Ulster University, but by everyone at Terex Omagh!