The Hospitality Guild has announced the seven winners of this year's Apprenticeship Awards as well as the latest inductees to its Young Hall of Fame following an event earlier today at the Tower of London.
Ahead of BigHospitality’s special feature on recruitment, the Hospitality Guild is encouraging employers to join a Twitter debate about the benefits and usefulness of pre-employment training, as part of the organisation’s ACT NOW! on apprenticeships campaign.
Research by sector skills council People 1st has revealed that the number of people taking up apprenticeships in hospitality has more than doubled over the last three years with completion rates up 10 per cent in the same period.
The Hospitality Guild has partnered with People 1st to kick-start an industry-wide bid for the hospitality industry’s share of the £250m funding available through the Government’s Employer Ownership Fund to improve the skills in the workforce.
The Hospitality Guild has launched a new apprenticeship campaign to raise employers’ and learners’ awareness of the career development opportunities offered by apprenticeships, in a bid to help 20,000 young people gain paid employment in hotels, restaurants...
Despite fears of an uneventful 2013 being a dead year for business, a number of leading hospitality and tourism bodies have given reasons for restaurant, hotel and bar operators to remain optimistic, insisting that the next 12 months could be even more...
Twenty-five young professionals from across the industry have been inducted into the Hospitality Guild's Young Hall of Fame with a select number of apprentices and employers also awarded at the umbrella organisation's inaugural awards event.
A Government-funded scheme set up to train UK nationals to work as chefs in Asian and Oriental restaurants is struggling to find enough people to take up the apprenticeships it offers, despite the fact that almost a third of young people say they would...
The Hospitality Guild has launched its first Apprenticeship Awards programme and is inviting apprentices and employers to submit nominations to recognise the contribution of apprenticeships to the industry.
Simon Vincent, president Europe of Hilton Worldwide, has been tasked with leading the Hospitality Guild, a new umbrella organisation set up to champion skills development within the hospitality industry.