NAPIT raises £500 for Northern Ireland Air Ambulance

NAPIT helps raise money to support Air Ambulance crew in Northern Ireland...

(L-R) Breige Mullholland from Air Ambulance NI accepts a cheque for £500 from Mike Andrews, NAPIT Chief Executive, and Frank Bertie, NAPIT Group Technical Director.

Following the release of the 2nd Edition of the EICR Codebreakers publication, NAPIT donated a number of books to Electrical Training Trust (ETT) to be sold to help raise money for the Air Ambulance Northern Ireland charity.

NAPIT generously donated £500 to the charity from the proceeds. Air Ambulance NI provides the Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) for the region. The helicopter carries a pilot, doctor and paramedic as part of its crew 365 days of the year, operating for twelve hours every day, and attends some of the most traumatic medical incidents.

During a series of technical seminars in Northern Ireland in February, Breige Mullholland, Head of Operations and Finance at Air Ambulance NI, came along to NAPIT’s final event in Belfast where the donation cheque was presented. Breige said:

“On behalf of Air Ambulance NI I would like to thank NAPIT and ETT for the donation of £500 towards the charity. Each day we are tasked to serious trauma incidents, and this donation will enable us to continue to do so. Our team delivers pre-hospital emergency care to those in need most. Without your support this would not be possible.”


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