British Heart Foundation Sales Limited
|Introduction To Hospitality Apprenticeships|
|The beauty of Hospitality Apprenticeships is that whatever area you want to focus on - whether that be catering, hotels, beverages or customer service, to name just a few - many different types of hospitality apprenticeship have been designed so that you can really learn on the job, earning money, developing skills and gaining qualifications in your focus area.
The UK hospitality industry is made up of a variety of roles and responsibilities and it employs well over 1.5 million people in hospitality jobs - in fact, the industry is one of the United Kingdom’s top employers. As people leave the hospitality industry due to retirement and for other reasons, the constant recruitment of skilled young people into exciting jobs in the hospitality industry is essential.
Hospitality apprenticeships mean you will have the necessary skills to ensure the UK hospitality industry can continue to thrive. If you are looking to work in an industry where, whatever role you are employed in, you are ensuring a happy and memorable experience for customers and guests, then making the decision to do apprenticeships in hospitality will be a great step forward and you should find jobs in hospitality very rewarding.
1 year School Leavers Programme
The Pret School Leavers Programme provides an opportunity to start climbing the career ladder straight away. The Pret Academy provides our team members with training to give them the skills need to succeed, along with opportunities to develop into more challenging roles.
12-15 month Intermediate Level Hospitality Apprenticeships
As an Apprentice Waiter/Waitress for Côte Brasserie you will be working for an award-winning restaurant inspired by the brasseries of Paris.
As an Apprentice Waiter/Waitress you will be working on the restaurant floor and interacting with guests; guaranteeing their visit to Côte is exceptional. For guests to experience quality service, not only do you have to look smart; you must also be polite, approachable and ensure they have everything they need.
12 month Intermediate Level Bar and Waiting Apprenticeship
If you have a desire to gain experience with an industry respected pub brand and you have the hunger to develop yourself and further your career, this award winning apprenticeship position may be just what you're looking for.
As a Greene King Team Member we can offer you an entrance to a fantastic career pathway in the Hospitality sector, with dedicated and tailored support and training throughout each step of your career with us! This is all rounded off with a great benefits package which will cater to your individual needs.
12 - 24 months
N & B Training have supported thousands of apprentices since 1998 in achieving the qualifications they need to succeed in their careers. They provide support apprenticeship programmes in a variety of sectors in South East England. Follow the link to view their hospitality apprenticeships.
First4Skills is one of the most successful providers of government funded apprenticeships and bespoke business solutions in the UK. We are experts in the service industry sector, such as retail, hospitality, contact centre, warehousing and logistics, customer service, business administration, team-leading and management. Working in partnership with employers, our mission is to train today’s workforce for tomorrow to boost skills, staff retention and productivity.
|How Hospitality Apprenticeships Vary?|
|What Types Of Hospitality Apprenticeship Jobs Are There? So, we have said that jobs in the hospitality industry cover a variety of roles. Let’s now take a look at the types of jobs you could be doing when you decide to take on apprenticeships in hospitality.
The whole industry is centred around providing excellent customer service - from making sure a hotel room is clean and tidy, to serving up the best cakes and pastries to hungry customers. Hospitality Apprenticeships are often called Catering and Hospitality Apprenticeships because, whatever pathway you choose to take your apprenticeship in, you could be working directly with food and beverages. You might also be dealing with people enjoying short hotel breaks or you could even be doing corporate hospitality jobs. It really is down to your preference and where you think you could really develop your skills and put them to best use.
What you can be sure of is that Hospitality Apprenticeship jobs will equip you with a set of nationally recognised skills and qualifications that could see you holding down hospitality management jobs and careers in the future.
If you do a Hospitality Apprenticeship, you could be working in:
|What Is Involved In Hospitality Apprenticeship Jobs?|
|By doing an Apprenticeship, not only will you receive on the job training and earn while you learn, you will also have a mentor who can guide and advise you, give you feedback and help you decide what are the best steps for advancing in hospitality jobs and careers.
Some apprenticeships might be completed exclusively on the job with assessments carried out in the workplace, whilst others might require you to undergo some ‘classroom’ learning in a training centre or online.
How long your hospitality apprenticeship takes to complete depends on your training centre and your employer - the type of role you are doing and the number of hours you are working per week. With some employers, it is possible to do part time apprenticeships in hospitality and these will take longer to complete than if you are working full time. Apprenticeships can take between 1-4 years to complete.
Obviously, hospitality jobs and careers are not your typical 9 to 5, Monday to Friday jobs. Hospitality Apprenticeship jobs will see you working day times, evenings, weekends and holidays. For many people, though, this is the beauty of jobs in the hospitality industry. They love the variety!
|Intermediate Level Hospitality Apprenticeships|
|Unless you already have your GCSEs in Maths and English, Intermediate Level Hospitality Apprenticeships will see you work towards Functional Skills in Maths and English up to Level 1.
You will also learn about Employee Rights and Responsibilities so that you can carry out your job effectively and safely and know what is expected of you. You will also develop Personal Learning & Thinking Skills.
What Qualifications Will I Get With Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeships in Hospitality?When you have completed Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeships in Hospitality, this is the equivalent of 5 GCSEs at grades A-C. As well as the Functional Skills and Employee Rights & Responsibilities, there are different routes you can choose from, depending on the area you want to focus on. Some of these include:
Intermediate Level Catering and Hospitality Apprenticeships mean you should now be able to work as an effective member of a team. Roles could include receptionist, bar assistant, room attendant, kitchen assistant or counter assistant.
|Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeships in Hospitality|
|Are you really enjoying your hospitality jobs and feel like you want to take the next step and further your career? If so, then you could do this via Advanced Level Hospitality Apprenticeships. This is where you really drill down and specialise in a particular area of the hospitality industry so that you can become a professional or a leader in a particular field.
What Qualifications Will I Get With Advanced Level Hospitality Apprenticeships? If you haven’t already achieved this level, on successful completion of Advanced Apprenticeships in Hospitality, you will be awarded Level 2 Functional Skills in Maths and English. You will also complete more Employment Rights and Responsibilities training as well as Personal Learning & Thinking Skills.
An Advanced Level Apprenticeship in Hospitality will also mean you will work to attain an NVQ Level 3 Diploma and a Level 3 Certificate in the field that you wish to continue working in. This is the equivalent of achieving 2 A-Levels. There is a whole range of pathways to consider and your employer and mentor will help you decide on the best route for you to take.
People who do Level 3 Advanced Level Hospitality Apprenticeships are those who want to work in - or are already working in - hospitality jobs in a position of supervision and leadership. Hospitality management jobs and duties could include:
|Higher Level Hospitality Apprenticeships|
|Once you have various supervisory roles under your belt, you might decide you want to take your career even further by considering Higher Hospitality Management Apprenticeships.
What Qualifications Will I Get With Higher Level Hospitality Apprenticeships?As well as Functional Skills and Employer Rights & Responsibilities training, successful completion of this apprenticeship means you will be a awarded Level 4 Higher Hospitality Management Apprenticeships. This will consist of:
|Where Can I Do Hospitality Apprenticeships?|
|And this is yet another reason to seize the opportunity to do Apprenticeships in Hospitality. Hospitality industry jobs are everywhere. All around us, people are working in the hospitality industry and employers and training centres all over the United Kingdom are working together to give you the support to develop your hospitality career. This makes it easier to find Apprenticeships and it benefits both you and your employer.|
|Apply For Hospitality Apprenticeships In The UK|
|So what are you waiting for? If you want to earn while you learn in one of the fastest moving, most exciting sectors of the British economy, start applying for some of the Hospitality Apprenticeships below now and you could soon be embarking on a rewarding career, following in the footsteps of Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay...|
British Heart Foundation Sales Limited
The Bull - Great Country Pubs
£180.00 - £220.00
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