Out of the 116 organisations that applied, The City & Guilds Group have announced that we are among 40 organisations to be awarded the prestigious Princess Royal Training Award. The list of awardees includes businesses of all sizes, both in the public and private sector, ranging from all different industries.
A team from McFT took their trainee assessment course on tour for the day and spent some time with Year 10’s at The Windsor Boys School.
McFT are proud to be finalists in no less than 2 categories in the PFM Magazine awards for the 'Apprenticeships & Skills' and 'Technology'.
As part of its CSR programme, McFT has set up a carbon offset programme to counter balance some of the energy used in running the business.
Mark Brooker, our Managing Director, visited Parkside to give a presentation to a selection of the team members.
“it was an unforgettable experience, a great sense of achievement which took team work to complete. The contrast in scenery from South to North was amazing”
How many people can say they have been to Vietnam on a motorbike trip with work?
McFTs Operation Director, Alistair Collins takes on 969 Mile Cycle to raise money for the prostate project, over nine days he will cycle the route shown in the image below:
Rosie Bleazard will be walking 26.2 miles through London this Saturday Night, in a brightly decorated bra. She is part of a team of 6 called “The Treasured Chest”, which will be joined by 15,000 others to raise money for Breast Cancer charities.
Maidenhead United headed into their final game of the season needing a win to get promoted, the pressure was on for the local football team. After a devastating 2-1 loss to title contenders, Ebbsfleet United FC the week before, the pressure was on for the Magpies needing a win playing away at Margate to confirm the title. Maidenhead were able to clinch a comfortable 3-0 win against their opponent, leaving all the fans, including our very own Paul Brooker (Technical training lead) celebrating the great success of the team, storming the pitch at the final whistle.