Future students of the Edge Hotel School, based at the University of Essex Colchester campus, will have the opportunity of experiencing a stay in a luxury hotel while undertaking work placements.
Fourteen of the UK’s AA-rosette catering colleges entered this year’s competition for the AA College Restaurant of the Year Award. The title race is now down to just three of them, as Katherine Alano reports
Learning and development software provider CPL Online has announced a new partnership with Zenith Hygiene Group to provide a range of learning resources for the company which include an e-learning course, learn ... Read more
Shiva Hotels is to launch a comprehensive training scheme for its 400 staff on modern slavery and human trafficking. The initiative – believed to be the first for a hotel company – will get underway next week, ... Read more
Job sharing, flexible hours and a warm welcome back will do wonders if you want to support women on career breaks with their return to hospitality – and it will cut your costs, too, says Admiral Recruitment fou ... Read more
Trailblazer apprenticeships are benefiting from government funding as well as the apprenticeship levy, but employers still need to ensure their trainees turn their apprenticeships into careers. We asked the lea ... Read more
The Caterer held an online question and answer session last week in association with HIT Training to give employers the opportunity to ask experts Jill Whittaker and Tony Allen about the levy With the introduct ... Read more
A hotel that offers hospitality training for young people with learning difficulties has given its first group of trainees permanent roles. The Vault, formerly the River’s Edge Hotel in Gateshead, is undergoing ... Read more
A newspaper article that published personal accounts of debauchery, bullying, excessive hours and sexism in hospitality businesses does not fairly represent the industry and involves only a “tiny minority”.