The Catering School can offer professional advice and assistance in improving productivity through training, source government funding through the apprenticeship programme and keep costs if any to a minimum.
Providing tailored services and support for individuals who want to enter or return to employment, including the opportunity for customers to undertake a work placement with the option of completing a recognised qualification.
A 1-week induction to assess and understand the customers needs and aspirations and to prepare them to progress towards and into sustainable employment.
The preparatory placement phase to provide work tasters that will help customers identify the type of employment they would like to pursue. Phase 2 is optional.
A 2-week sector specific training programme, to prepare customers for a work placement in their chosen sector. Specific sectors include retail, customer services, hospitality, security industry and social care.
A variable period on work placement, where customers can be selected to complete an approved qualification. The placement will vary between 2-10 weeks depending on the needs and requirements of the customer.
All of The Catering Schools Employability Fund provision has been designed to meet the needs of our customers and the demands of the local job market, maximising the opportunity for individuals to progress to sustainable employment.