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Day In The Life – Event Manager

Event Manager

When it comes to a day’s work for an event manager, there’s usually no such thing as a ‘typical’ day! To present that reality-check on a day in the life of an event manager, three event industry experts from Event Academy have offered their insider views… As an event manager there are opportunities for anything across a day – and ... Read More »

Hotel Manager – The Job

Hotel Manager

Hotels come in all shapes and sizes, from small boutique hotels to large chain-brand hotels. The hotel manager is responsible for the day to day management and direction of a hotel and the staff that work there. Hotel managers plan, oversee and ensure the smooth running of all of the hotel services, from reservations to housekeeping. They don’t just wander ... Read More »

Hospitality And Catering Careers A to Z

hospitality and catering careers

The hospitality and catering industry is ever-growing with a wide variety of career pathways. Whether your flair lies in food preparation or organisation, there are job opportunities for you. Barista: Specially trained in preparing a variety of hot and cold beverages, including coffee based drinks such as espressos. Baristas can be found in a variety of locations, ranging from coffee ... Read More »

Hospitality Qualifications

There are plenty of ways to get into and to develop your career in the hospitality industry. Emily Mellows tells us more about hospitality qualifications. Vocational training Vocational qualifications include National Diplomas (BTECs), NVQs, VRQs, SVQs, CVETs and IVQs they are available at all levels right up to Foundation Degree. All vocational qualifications are practical in nature and develop and ... Read More »

UK Skills Shortage Occupation Six Sous Chef

sous chef

This is the fifth instalment in a series of blogs that provide information on occupational roles that employers struggle to fill. In this article we take a look at the role of the sous chef. The sous chef (or under chef) is the second in command in the kitchen after the head chef. The sous chef makes sure that high ... Read More »

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