Corporate Social Responsibility

 

At Aero Inspection International we believe that we have a corporate social responsibility. We want to help our community on a local, national and international level. Over the past number of years, we have been involved in supporting different charitable organisations and initiatives as well as providing sponsorship to good causes.

We have recently undertaken a project in conjunction with the University of Limerick where we gave two students of the Quality Management (Master of Science) program the opportunity to work with us. By doing so, these students gained valuable ‘on the job’ experience that will help them achieve their Masters’ degree.

Engineers from Aero Inspection have given several guest lectures to the BEng in Aeronautical Engineering course at the University of Limerick, Ireland. This has given students an in-depth understanding of the importance of Borescope Inspections, Boreblend Repairs, Aircraft Weighing, Record Auditing and Due Diligence Appraisals, which will prove beneficial when entering industry.

Aero Inspection has also been involved in work experience programs with secondary schools across Ireland. Students who have an interest in Aviation have joined the company in an observatory role. The students shadow Aero Inspection Engineers during borescope inspections, weighings and through record auditing. This helps to give the students an understanding of the practicalities of working within the aviation industry.

Aero Inspection is a proud sponsor of the Atlantic Airventure Centre in Shannon which promotes aviation to young people. This initiative gives young people, with an interest in aviation, the opportunity to see aircraft engines close-up as well as to use flight simulators. This is a very worthwhile project and is very popular with people in the region.

Aero Inspection is also involved in the sponsorship of various aviation events and fly-ins throughout Ireland, in particular the Spanish Point, Co. Clare Fly-In. This is a local event, which attracts a lot of interest in the aviation community, involves people coming from all around Ireland in many different types of aircraft to enjoy their common interest.