ATEC News: Corporate Social Responsibility

ATEC Christmas Charity 2018 – Mission Christmas

Manchester has the fourth highest levels of child poverty in the UK, with 1 in 3 children going to bed in the evening without a hot meal or living in a house without central heating. For these families, Christmas is a luxury they just cannot afford. That means that 1 in 3 children across Greater… Read more »

AT Engine Controls – Double Award-Winning Company!

Double Award winning company AT Engine Controls took home two prestigious awards at this year’s EEF Future Manufacturing event. The event was held at the AJ Bell Stadium in Salford and the awards were for Health & Safety and Sustainability. Amazing achievement! Congratulations goes out to all employees here at AT Engine Controls who have… Read more »

WORLD CUP 2018

Never one to miss an opportunity for a bit of fun in the workplace, we had our world cup-cake (see what we’ve done there) draw. A delicious slant on the traditional paper draw. All those taking part received a cup cake with an edible (of course) flag depicting the country they drew. We eagerly await… Read more »

Celebrate Summer and Scoff Scones on 28th June

On Thursday 28 June, ATEC joined a host of other companies country wide in partnership with Action Medical Research who ran its annual fundraising promotion, Action Cream Teas in a box. A wonderfully delicious and simple idea, comprising two scrummy scones, paired with tasty Tiptree strawberry preserve and indulgent Roddas Clotted Cream. They even threw in Yorkshire tea… Read more »

Forever Manchester Football 7’s

Friday 23rd March saw the annual Forever Manchester Football 7s Tournament take place. This year’s Forever Manchester Football 7s Tournament, took place on the 3G Pitches at FC United’s Broadhurst Park in Moston, ATEC joined other amazing local businesses to play for the Forever Manchester shield. The full-sized floodlit 3G pitch at Broadhurst Park was divided into… Read more »

Forever Manchester Birthday Party February 2018

ATEC once again took a selection of employees along to celebrate Forever Manchester’s birthday. This year’s event was, as ever, truly an unrivalled celebration of community. To celebrate another year of supporting community projects across Greater Manchester, Forever Manchester hosted their annual Birthday Party, kindly sponsored by Express Solicitors, which took place on Friday 9th February 2018… Read more »

Primary Engineer Leaders Award

AT Engine Controls Managing Director and Technical Director Support: Primary Engineer LEADERS AWARD Greater Manchester 2017 6th July Queen Elizabeth Hall, Oldham   What is Primary Engineer? The aim of Primary Engineer is to develop the skills and confidence in teachers first and then extend from this secure foundation. The programmes are whole-class focused, including… Read more »

Salford University Technology Tournament – 2017

On March 15th the Rotary Club of Worsley held their Technology Tournament promoting STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. This year they expected to host teams from four schools, with each school providing five teams who will be competing in five separate challenges.  Carl Willcock (Production Engineer) and Josh Walters (Mechanical Apprentice) attended the technology tournament in… Read more »

ATEC Joins The Forever Manchester Birthday Party

Forever Manchester Birthday Party Welcomes ATEC for the first time. “Oh what a night” !! A group of ATEC employees led by Andrea Hough OBE, joined nearly 400 Greater Mancunians to celebrate Forever Manchester in supporting local people doing extraordinary things together in neighbourhoods across our regions. The event took place at the Principal hotel in… Read more »

The Apprentice (s) Update

November saw our very own Apprentices Ryan Leach and Josh Walters complete the first part of their apprenticeship which they embarked upon 3 years ago. Both were awarded their certificates by Gerry Lawrenson, Learning Development Officer with Alliance Learning. Well done! A shout out to the team here at ATEC who have helped both Apprentices… Read more »