Whitbread is training 33 apprentices in Wales with a target of 238 apprentices by 2020.
The sequence has verified its commitment to generating above 6, 000 apprenticeships across the British by 2020 and the launch of an apprenticeship scheme for Costa.
Whitbread intends to undertake around 1, 200 apprentices across its Premier Inn, Costa and restaurant brands each year.
The Premier Inn apprenticeship system was operating since 2010 and contains effectively delivered a lot more than 1, 100 apprenticeships currently with an additional 950 trainees at this time working towards their apprenticeship.
The Costa Apprenticeships programme provides an Intermediate Apprenticeship in Customer Service and Barista Skills and certainly will start for programs during the summer 2015.
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Andy Harrison, CEO of Whitbread, said: “Our 45, 000 team members are our best asset therefore’s important we spend money on all of them, producing possibilities to develop their particular skills and develop their careers.
"We will commit £5.7m to our apprenticeship programs throughout the next five years. I firmly believe buying apprenticeships is essential to Whitbread’s future success and also to the fitness of great britain economic climate, plus helping the new generation to accomplish their full potential.”See also:
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