Lifetime Training wins at AAC Awards

Lifetime Training has won Catering and Hospitality Apprenticeship Provider of the Year at the Annual Apprenticeship Conference held in Birmingham. More than 500 people celebrated the winners at a glittering gala dinner, now in its second year. Organised by FE Week and the Association of Employment and Learning Providers, there were two types of awards:Continue reading Lifetime Training wins at AAC Awards

My shout: pubs and brewers lead the way in apprenticeships

By Brigid Simmonds Brigid Simmonds, chief executive of the British Beer & Pub Association, discusses the importance of getting apprenticeships right in the hospitality sector It was National Apprenticeship Week 2019 from 4-8 March. Now in its 12th year, National Apprenticeship Week offers both an opportunity to celebrate our fantastic apprenticeship schemes and a chanceContinue reading My shout: pubs and brewers lead the way in apprenticeships

Apprenticeships are the way forward, says Candice Brown

Great British Bake Off 2016 winner Candice Brown spoke to The Morning Advertiser about using her platform to promote apprenticeships in the hospitality sector. Brown was attending a hospitality apprenticeship showcase event at the House of Commons last week during National Apprentice Week (NAW). Speakers at the event said it was crucial career opportunities inContinue reading Apprenticeships are the way forward, says Candice Brown

What is it like being a pub apprentice?

During National Apprenticeship Week last week (4-9 March), The Morning Advertiser spoke to apprentices in the pub business at the Hospitality Apprenticeship Showcase about their experiences of the industry and their highlights so far. Callum Whitehead, is a chef apprentice at Harvester in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, and said he “snapped up the opportunity” as soonContinue reading What is it like being a pub apprentice?

UK’s ‘first apprenticeship for brewers’ launched

An 18-month course will offer aspiring beer makers the chance to gain a qualification in brewing in the first apprenticeship of its kind. The Level 4 course has been facilitated by the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) and is the result of HIT Training partnering with industry bodies and brewers. Topics will range fromContinue reading UK’s ‘first apprenticeship for brewers’ launched