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News articles related to training in the licensed trade

Bartenders gearing up for gin masterclasses

SCOTTISH bartenders are gearing up to broaden their gin knowledge at two masterclasses being run by Brockmans early next month. The gin producer is set...
• New director of training Alex Barlow.

Torch is passed at beer school

ALEX Barlow has been appointed director of training and chief examiner at beer education firm The Beer Academy. Barlow replaces George Philliskirk, who has...

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Knowledge is power

Students’ top training trips

GRADUATES from Diageo’s Learning for Life programme are headed for placements at some of the world’s premier hospitality venues after picking up scholarships from...

How to plot a trade career

Training has made progression more viable than ever In days gone by a part-time job in hospitality was seen by many young people as a...
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Trade urged to take action on training

Slow uptake on refresher courses is a cause for real concern, providers say DESPITE the fast-approaching deadline, it seems many in the trade are dragging...

PLHs: have you renewed?

Time is running out to renew your personal licence, trainers warn .
• Ongoing training and development is key for anyone looking to move up the ranks, firms say.

Pubco to offer apprenticeships

PUBCO and brewer Greene King is to offer 300 apprenticeships for young people in Scotland over the next year. The Belhaven owner will work with...

Travelodge looks for apprentices

TRAVELODGE last week launched what it claims to be the first budget hotel management apprenticeship programme for school leavers. The chain describes its Junior Management...

Don’t miss out on trade training days

Well-trained staff are crucial to a venue’s success, experts say IT’S a challenging time for the licensed trade. As the industry deals with a series...