Hertfordshire teenagers thinking about what to do after they get their A level results might want to make the most of one of 14 opportunities to start an apprenticeship with Greene King.
Greene King has announced 300 live apprenticeship opportunities across the UK,which are all open to all those over 16 years old.
The roles in Hertfordshire are as follows:
Loch Fyne Restaurant, Hertford, x2 commis chef apprentice
Loch Fyne Restaurant, St Albans, food and beverage apprentice and commis chef apprentice
Speckled Hen, St Albans, chef apprentice
Highwayman, Graveley, x3 chef aprentice
Estcourt Tavern, Watford, chef apprentice
Fox and Hounds, Croxley Green, chef apprentice
The Cock, Hitchin, chef apprentice
The Plume of Feathers, Tewin, chef and food and beverage apprentice
Royal Hotel, Ross-on-Wye, chef apprentice
Greene Kind launched its award-winning apprenticeship programme in 2011, and has since had more than 9,000 people participated in the scheme.
Graham Biggs, apprenticeship manager at Greene King, said: “Apprenticeships offer an alternative and credible path for those looking to begin their career after leaving school or college, and earing money while doing so.
“As a leading business in the UK’s hospitality sector we’re delighted that, through our scheme, we’re able to create a sustainable pipeline of skills for the future, ensuring that the industry continues to contribute to the UK’s economy and employment.”
Further roles will be going live over the summer.
Click here to apply for one of the roles.
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Source: Hertfordshire Live