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Saira launching London hospitality school to train people from disadvantaged backgrounds

21 January 2022 by

Saira Hospitality, a global non-profit hospitality training programme that sources and trains talent from disadvantaged backgrounds, has partnered with several of London’s leading hospitality brands to launch its first permanent hospitality school in the capital.

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£3m hospitality and catering facilities open at City of Oxford College

05 November 2021 by

Activate Learning opened new £3m hospitality and catering facilities at its City of Oxford College campus yesterday (4 November).

Viewpoint: Education courses with thought for food Staffing

Viewpoint: Education courses with thought for food

20 May 2021 by

We need to immerse young people in the rich and exciting culinary world if we want[...]

Viewpoint: Mentoring is the key to encouraging staff to stick with hospitality, says Chris Galvin In-Depth

Viewpoint: Mentoring is the key to encouraging staff to stick with hospitality, says Chris Galvin

15 April 2021 by

Everyone starting out in the industry, from chefs to back of house staff, needs guidance from[...]

Education secretary says employers and colleges must engage more News

Education secretary says employers and colleges must engage more

18 March 2021 by

Education secretary Gavin Williamson says he is focused on ensuring young people in the UK are[...]

Free allergens webinar to explore Natasha's Law News

Free allergens webinar to explore Natasha's Law

09 March 2021 by

With Natasha’s Law coming into effect on 1 October, The Caterer is holding a free webinar[...]

Clink Charity to expand training scheme across more UK prisons News

Clink Charity to expand training scheme across more UK prisons

19 February 2021

The Clink Charity and New Futures Network have announced a new inmate hospitality training scheme that will be adopted across more UK prisons.

Free school meals: Chartwells’ managing director Charlie Brown on what went wrong In-Depth

Free school meals: Chartwells’ managing director Charlie Brown on what went wrong

04 February 2021

One widely shared photo of a Chartwells free school meals parcel hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Managing director Charlie Brown explains what the company is doing to put things right.

Create new college of food to boost hospitality recovery, says think tank News

Create new college of food to boost hospitality recovery, says think tank

20 January 2021 by

A college of food should be established in London to transform culinary education and support the[...]

Cateys 2020: Education and Training Award – Gary Hunter, Westminster Kingsway College Profiles

Cateys 2020: Education and Training Award – Gary Hunter, Westminster Kingsway College

22 November 2020 by

Back in 2014, when Gary Hunter was the culinary director at Westminster Kingsway College, he told[...]

Compass Hospitality launches scholarship programme with University of Hull News

Compass Hospitality launches scholarship programme with University of Hull

19 November 2020 by

Compass Hospitality is launching a scholarship programme with the University of Hull for both undergraduate and[...]

Viewpoint: the therapy of food Restaurant

Viewpoint: the therapy of food

09 October 2020 by

Many young people do not always know where their food comes from or how to prepare[...]

Jacobs Media Group is honoured to be the recipient of the 2020 Queen's Award for Enterprise.

The highest official awards for UK businesses since being established by royal warrant in 1965. Read more.

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