The Course

Engaging ‘Learning Bites’ to enhance learning throughout – in 2019 such as sessions included how to become a barista with Caber Coffee and a visit to Fishers Laundry in Cupar to see how a commercial laundry operates
Visits to tourist venues to increase knowledge for guest support such as whisky distilleries

Here’s what to expect:

  • One day induction
  • Sector specific learning in housekeeping, food and beverage service, kitchens and reception.
  • Experience in at least two departments in year one, to suit the needs of apprentice and employee
  • Statutory training including food safety, licencing and health and safety
  • Engaging ‘Learning Bites’ to enhance learning throughout – in 2019 such as sessions included how to become a barista with Caber Coffee and a visit to Fishers Laundry in to see how a commercial laundry operates
  • Visits to tourist venues to increase knowledge for guest support 
  • E-learning opportunities
  • Skill sharing from experienced leaders in the hospitality sector – in 2019 the Hospitality North East Apprentices met Saturday Kitchen celebrity chef Glynn Purnell and had the chance to hear about and to quiz him on his career path
  • Use of appropriate technology, with e-portfolios for all apprentices
  • Meta skills to prepare apprentices to become a valued part of the workforce

PARTNERS

Hospitality Apprenticeship North East is delivered by Training Matters