Nigel Haworth launches apprenticeship scheme

By Lesley Foottit

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Browns: apprentice scheme going well
Browns: apprentice scheme going well

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Nigel Haworth has started an apprenticeship scheme at his Northcote and Ribble Valley Inns companies.

People looking for a career as a chef, restauratant manager, sommelier, gardener, front of house, housekeeping and administration are invited to apply.

For more details and to apply go to​.

Meanwhile, Mitchells & Butlers’ (M&B) apprenticeship scheme has entered a second wave. The Browns Bar & Brasserie’s catering and hospitality management apprenticeship scheme, launched in 2012 in conjunction with Apprentice 1st, has seen apprentices compete against each other at national heats and semi finals before reaching the current stage of the Masterchef Meets The Apprentice.

The best apprentices will compete against each other at the Grand Finale, taking place in London on 3 August.

"Our apprentices have already proven themselves to be dedicated and hard-working members of the Browns team, contributing to the success of the business over the last year," said retail director for Browns Simon King.

"This initiative will help our apprentices gain confidence and provides a genuine career path into the catering industry."

Apprentice and mentor combinations will be judged on the creativity of dishes using core ingredients, balance of texture and taste, plating and presentation, cooking methods and menu suitability.

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