2 RESULTS
Chef cooking in kitchen
Mitchells & Butlers is putting Apprenticeships on the map with Greene King and Marston’s

** DEFAULT postresults.teaserlabel - en-GB **

Apprenticeship

** DEFAULT postresults.contenttypelabel - en-GB **

Blog

** DEFAULT postresults.publishdate - en-GB **

1/7/2020

** DEFAULT postresults.summarylabel - en-GB **

Our ‘Loving Hospitality’ collaboration with Greene King and Marston’s is about educating and inspiring the next generation of hospitality leaders. " The hospitality and tourism industry is the fourth largest industry in the UK, employing over 2 million people. From inventing breath-taking menus to creating unforgettable experiences for guests, making sure that we recruit the best and investing in young people is hugely important to Mitchells & Butlers. From our apprenticeship schemes through to our University graduate programme, we are dedicated to opening doors for young talent, providing a genuine alternative to academic study and a real path to a long-term career in hospitality.But with so many opportunities available to young people, hospitality can often get overlooked. That’s why for the upcoming National Apprenticeship Shows, we’re teaming up with fellow pub and restaurant chains Greene King and Marston’s to make sure our message is heard by future talent, loud and clear. Collectively, we’re exhibiting as ‘Loving Hospitality’ highlighting the best in hospitality apprenticeships to young people and their influencers across the UK.Speaking of the partnership, our Director of Learning and Talent Development Jan Smallbone spoke to us about why she believes it’s important to take this collective approach;“The ‘Loving Hospitality’ collaboration is about making sure as representatives of the hospitality industry rather than individual brands, we both educate and inspire career advisors and young people about the benefits working in our industry can bring. We want to work together to showcase how an apprenticeship in hospitality is rewarding, flexible and can be the right first steps for so many young people looking to make their mark.“Too often there can be preconceptions surrounding apprenticeships from those looking to support young people through the tricky twists and turns of future career choices. But with a hospitality apprenticeships, there’s  many opportunities for success! For example, through our hospitality management apprenticeships, there is the opportunity for apprentices to progress from apprentice to Assistant Manager in two and a half years!“Breaking the stigma around hospitality apprenticeships is so important in tackling the skills shortages challenge facing the industry, as we aim to develop, train and champion the future leaders of hospitality. Our mix also means our talent can get exposure to different skills, then decide which role best suits their career aspirations. By joining forces with both Greene King and Marston’s, we are able to show the full range of opportunities an apprenticeship can bring to young people, the variety of roles they can progress into and the ground-breaking businesses they can be involved with.”With such a great variety of opportunities on offer, from a role in the kitchen to a hospitality management apprenticeship there really is something to wet everyone’s appetite – to find out more, head over to www.lovinghospitality.co.uk

** DEFAULT postresults.teaserlabel - en-GB **

Find out more
Felicity Winsley

by

Felicity Winsley

Felicity Winsley

by

Felicity Winsley

Roast Carvery
10 stories that every waiting team understands

** DEFAULT postresults.teaserlabel - en-GB **

Bar and Waiting

** DEFAULT postresults.contenttypelabel - en-GB **

Blog

** DEFAULT postresults.publishdate - en-GB **

1/6/2020

** DEFAULT postresults.summarylabel - en-GB **

 ️1 Of course, you work hard being part of the waiting teams of any pub and restaurant, but it’s fair to say working in hospitality is filled with fun. There are a few stories that are too funny not to share and will make every server nod their head in agreement! Have a read of these 10 stories, as told by our waiting teams at Mitchells & Butlers’ pubs and restaurants across the UK. The missing condiment wake up call. “Waking up in the middle of the night remembering you forgot to give table 34 their ketchup”Kiran, Premium Country Pubs The confused ‘vegan’. “Guest asked to see the vegan menu. Two minutes later, sorry there isn’t much meat on this menu.”Valentin, Vintage Inns        Having a little giggle when you’re asked this. “Can I have a pint of pepperoni please?”  Kayleigh, Miller & Carter    Having a smashing time. “The fear of smashing a glass knowing the guests and team will shout WHEYYY” Courtney, Vintage Inns    Who said romance is dead? “Two seagulls consummating their relationship on the roof to a packed-out beer garden. Once they had finished the garden erupted in cheer and applause. Who said romance was dead?” Lewis, Premium Country Pubs The guest who doesn’t speak French. “Do you have dolphin nose potatoes” Ally, Toby Carvery     23 The plates were too clean… “Excuse me but our plates are too shiny, and we can’t cut our food properly.” “We now refer to it as shiny plate day!”  Suzanne, Harvester    Calamari confusion. “Staring at food so much that in a busy weekend you forget the name of basic items. Putting the pot of tea down, here’s your calamari.” Maderson and Kirsty, Miller & Carter Birthday blunder. “Put a note in bookings for a table celebrating a 60th birthday, the waitress wrote a card and a sign, guest arrived, and it was her 50th birthday. Thankfully she took my typo with good heart!” Alison, Miller & Carter Christmas chaos “After a busy festive period, I was doing a food shop at my local ASDA and found myself shouting ‘mind your backs’ to strangers who were in my way!” Ben, Premium Country Pubs    

** DEFAULT postresults.teaserlabel - en-GB **

Find out more
Rachael Langley

by

Rachael Langley

Rachael Langley

by

Rachael Langley

2 RESULTS
jobs

Jobs you might be interested in...

Chef Apprentice

Salary

£193.50 - 261.60 per week

Location

Weston-super-Mare

Hours

Full Time

Departments

Chef Apprenticeships

Brand

Miller & Carter

** DEFAULT listwidget.vacancypartial.description - en-GB **

18+

** DEFAULT listwidget.vacancypartial.reference - en-GB **

VA/202522

** DEFAULT listwidget.vacancypartial.expirydate - en-GB **

11/27/2020

Find out more Add to shortlist
Chef Apprentice

Salary

£193.50 - 261.60 per week

Location

Castleford

Hours

Full Time

Departments

Chef Apprenticeships

Brand

Harvester

** DEFAULT listwidget.vacancypartial.description - en-GB **

18+

** DEFAULT listwidget.vacancypartial.reference - en-GB **

VA/202521

** DEFAULT listwidget.vacancypartial.expirydate - en-GB **

11/27/2020

Find out more Add to shortlist
Apprentice Chef

Salary

£124.50 - 261.60 per week

Location

Aylesbury

Hours

Full Time

Departments

Chef Apprenticeships

Brand

Vintage

** DEFAULT listwidget.vacancypartial.description - en-GB **

Approved by RGM... will email site to let them know vacancy created asking for age, experience etc and name of GM if if using new or old i'view process.

** DEFAULT listwidget.vacancypartial.reference - en-GB **

VA/202382

** DEFAULT listwidget.vacancypartial.expirydate - en-GB **

11/27/2020

Find out more Add to shortlist

job search