Apprenticeship

A clear pathway: JDW offers current staff and new recruits career opportunities

JDW offers alternative to university

By Alice Leader

JD Wetherspoon (JDW) is sponsoring apprenticeships to boost the training and career opportunities for its existing staff as well as attract new team members.

Job satisfaction: gaining skills and knowledge as they go provides employees with greater confidence

Board the money train: hiring pub apprentices

By Emily Hawkins

Many employers are unaware that paying the apprenticeship levy gives them the right to use those payments to take on apprentices and improve their business.

Success stories: five pub apprentices explain how they have got stuck into their careers

What is it like being a pub apprentice?

By Emily Hawkins

During National Apprenticeship Week last week (4-9 March), The Morning Advertiser spoke to apprentices in the pub business about their experiences of the industry and their highlights so far.

Training review: many apprentices are not receiving high-quality training, according to a cross-party report

What makes a good hospitality apprenticeship?

By Emily Hawkins

Many apprentices are not receiving high-quality training, according to a new report. The hospitality sector has welcomed calls for greater regulation of training providers.

Apprenticeship launch: the programmes will target commis chefs and chefs de partis

Red Mist launches apprenticeship schemes

By MCA

Surrey and Hampshire-based pub group Red Mist Leisure has announced a partnership with Farnborough College of Technology to develop two new apprenticeship schemes.