Apprenticeship

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.

Graduate landmark: Greene King records record number of apprentices

Greene King hits 10,000 apprentices milestone

By Stuart Stone

Suffolk-based pub retailer and brewer Greene King celebrated the start of National Apprenticeship Week by announcing that it’s apprenticeship schemes have helped 10,000 people graduate to roles within the organisation.

Earn as you learn - M&B plans to increase its apprenticeship numbers

M&B to boost apprenticeship numbers even further

By James Wallin

Mitchells & Butlers is aiming to exceed last year’s tally of 1,300 apprenticeships taken up, the group’s HR director has told the Morning Advertiser's sister title MCA.

'Specialist knowledge': The Butcombe Futures Academy will see 12 assistant managers and 11 chefs complete tailored courses over the next year

Butcombe Pubs & Inns launches apprenticeship academy

By Stuart Stone

In partnership with hospitality industry training provider HIT Training, Butcombe Pubs & Inns has launched a bespoke apprenticeship programme across its estate of 25 managed West Country pubs.