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Connect Appointments Auchterarder Jan, 22
Talentspa Cambridge Jan, 14
Fairmont London Dec, 31
PPHE (Radisson) London Jan, 01
Interstate Hotels Londonderry Jan, 17
Associated Continuity Teams ltd City of London Jan, 06
Fowey Hall Hotel - Housekeeping Fowey Jan, 24
Housekeeping London Jan, 07
Sidmouth Harbour Hotel- Housekeeping Tipton Saint John Jan, 02
Agency Auchterarder Jan, 22
Agency City of London Jan, 21
CV- Library Lyndhurst Jan, 13
Intercontinental Hotels Group Glasgow Jan, 08
Marriott International Edinburgh Jan, 08
Apex Hotels Bath Jan, 24
The Arora Group London (Greater) Jan, 22
English Lakes Windermere Jan, 23
The Savoy Hotel London Jan, 23
Village Hotels - Aberdeen - Housekeeping Kingswells Jan, 13
Radisson Hotel Group Birmingham Jan, 24
Intercontinental Hotels Group Edinburgh Jan, 09
RSD Recruitment Chard Jan, 22
Pertemps Network Catering Lichfield Jan, 10
Bourne Leisure Hotels Cricket St Thomas Jan, 22
CV- Library East London, Greater London Jan, 20
Cliveden House Maidenhead Jan, 01
Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust Home Bristol Jan, 23
UNITE STUDENTS Leeds Jan, 21
Sanctuary Group Seaham Jan, 22
Brakspear Shipston-on-Stour Jan, 21
Advertising Chard Jan, 22
Andrew Brownsword Hotels & ABode Hotels London Jan, 23
Interstate Hotels Eastbourne Jan, 13
De Vere Hotels Windsor Jan, 15
Signature Senior Lifestyle London (Greater) Jan, 11
PPHE (Radisson) London Jan, 11
Whitbread Great Yarmouth Jan, 23
The Standard London London (Greater) Jan, 08
Marriott International Edinburgh Jan, 12
Marriott Hotels Preston Jan, 13
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc Dunblane Jan, 23
Juice Hospitality Jan, 06
Best Western Plus Windmill Village Hotel Coventry Jan, 17
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc Cardiff Jan, 09
11 Cadogan Gardens London (Greater) Jan, 16
Fairmont St Andrews Jan, 17
Red Carnation London Jan, 23
Connect Appointments Auchterarder Jan, 14
The Oxfordshire Hotel & Spa Thame Jan, 22
Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester Airport-Rooms Manchester Jan, 04
Hand Picked Hotels Wetherby Jan, 18
Royal Automobile Club London (Greater) Jan, 15
Detail 2 Recruitment Limited Carlisle Jan, 09
Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa Nantwich Jan, 20
Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa Nantwich Jan, 20
Marriott Hotels York Jan, 01
Ralph Trustees Thame Jan, 20
Jupiter Hotels Wetherby Jan, 23
Royal Lancaster London London Jan, 23
Casna Group Lewes Jan, 20
Malmaison and Hotel du Vin Winchester Jan, 11
Wood Hall Hotel & Spa Wetherby Jan, 02
Blue Octopus Recruitment Limited Manchester Jan, 17
Jupiter Hotels Ltd Upton St. Leonards Jan, 07
Demon Recruitment Group Sunninghill Jan, 06
De Vere Hotels Reading Jan, 23
Lime Wood & The Pig Bath Jan, 02
The Landmark London London Jan, 23
Radisson RED Glasgow-Rooms Glasgow Jan, 07
Edwardian Hotels London London Jan, 24
The Hatton Collection Tetbury Jan, 19
TMS Talent London Jan, 11
Unspecified West London Jan, 10
University of Edinburgh Edinburgh Jan, 11
Cirrus Inns Petworth Jan, 23
Fuller London Jan, 24
Whitbread Sevenoaks Jan, 24
Jurys Inn Manchester Jan, 01
James Webber Recruitment Ltd Jan, 24
BMI Healthcare Bolton Jan, 23
Care UK Secondary Shepton Mallet Jan, 24
Fullers Wembley Jan, 21
Ramsay Health Care UK Operations Limited Middlesbrough Jan, 18
Brown's Hotel London (Greater) Dec, 30
HomeOrganisers Walton-on-Thames Jan, 20
All About Children High Wycombe Jan, 21
Home Grown Marble Arch Jan, 06
Regional Recruitment Professional Services Ltd Chigwell Jan, 24
All About Children West Bridgford Jan, 21
Care UK Royal Leamington Spa Jan, 20
NHS Jobs Durham Jan, 23
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT Leicester Jan, 22
Canine Partners Osgathorpe Jan, 22
Four Seasons Health Care Birkenhead Jan, 23

 


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Apprenticeships

 

Do you want to gain a nationally recognised qualification? Without staying in full-time education?

 

Do you want to work full-time and undertake a learning programme based in the workplace?

 

Are you looking for a route into the hospitality industry? Or want to enhance your existing career?

 

Do you want to feel part of the regular workforce and add to the overall productivity and success of the department and organisation?

 

Do you want to gain the skills and knowledge through on-the-job training, online learning and class-room sessions?

 

If you are thinking about a career in the housekeeping industry in the United Kingdom, you should think about:

 

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Still Thinking?

You are not sure if an apprenticeship is the right choice for you. Don’t worry, we have posted some really useful information below. This will give you a good overview of (housekeeping) apprenticeships.

Check out this interesting panel discussion outlining the career opportunities  available to trained individuals:

What’s an apprenticeship?

An apprenticeship is a genuine job and under all circumstances you should be employed from day one. Apprenticeships combine practical training in a job with study. As an apprentice, you’ll work alongside experienced staff, gain job-specific skills, earn a wage and get holiday pay, and be given time for study related to your role (the equivalent of one day a week).

What levels are there?

All apprenticeships include elements of on the job and off the job training, leading to industry recognised standards or qualifications. Some apprenticeships also require an assessment at the end of the programme to assess the apprentice’s ability and competence in their job role.

There are a number of levels:

Intermediate  which is a level  2 and is equivalent with 5 GCSE passes at grade A*– C or 9 – 4,

Advanced which is level  3 and is equivalent with 2 A level passes/Level 3 Diploma/ International Baccalaureate,

Higher wich are level 4, 5, 6 and 7 equivalent to a Foundation degree and above , and

Degree which is a level 6 and 7 and has the equivalent educational level of a Bachelor’s or master’s degree.

What can I earn?

There is national minimum wage (NMW) for apprentices, which is published here. The apprentice NMW applies to apprentices aged under 19 or aged 19 or over and in the first year of their apprenticeship. Apprentices aged 25 and over, and not in the first year of their apprenticeship, will be entitled to the National Minimum Wage. This is the legal minimum pay per hour, most receive more. The Apprenticeship Pay Survey 2016 estimated the average gross hourly pay received by apprentices in Great Britain was £6.70 an hour for level 2 and 3 apprentices which is equivalent to nearly £14,000 per year.

What’s in it for me?

There are a number of benefits to you: as an apprentice you earn a real wage, you will be trained in the skills employers want, which will enable you to set  yourself up for the future. Apprentices enjoy marked salary increases when they complete their training, and those completing a higher apprenticeship could see increased earnings of an estimated £150,000 over their lifetime.

What are the entry requirements?

Apprenticeships are available to anyone over the age of 16, living in England. The National Apprenticeship Service is committed to ensuring that high quality apprenticeships are a prestigious option, accessible to all people from all backgrounds. There will be different entry requirements depending on the industry, job role and apprenticeship level. Recent changes to the minimum English and maths requirements now mean that people with a learning difficulty or disability can now access a level 2 intermediate apprenticeship as long as they can achieve an entry level 3 qualification during their apprenticeship. A Disability Confident Employer will generally offer an interview to any applicant that declares they have a disability and meets the minimum criteria as defined by the employer.

How many hours per week should I be working?

The minimum duration of each apprenticeship is based on the apprentice working 30 hours a week or more, including any off-the-job training you undertake.’ However, this does not apply in every circumstance. For example, people with caring responsibilities or people with a disability may work reduced weekly hours. Where this is the case, the duration of the apprenticeship will be extended to take account of this. The time spent on off-the-job training should be at least 20% and should be included as part of your hours. Your employer must allow you time to complete your apprenticeship within your working hours. If you need support with English and maths this should also be within working hours.

Where do I look for an apprenticeship?

You can ‘get in and go far’ with an apprenticeship at some of Britain’s biggest and brightest companies. With so many opportunities on offer, there are several ways you can find the apprenticeship that is right for you. More information, including videos of current apprentices, is available at getingofar.gov.uk.

If you are looking for housekeeping apprenticeships, check out the vacancies listed here in hsk-knowledge.com. You can search and apply for vacancies on Find an apprenticeship on GOV.UK. Once you register on Find an apprenticeship, you can set up email and text alerts about new apprenticeship vacancies that may interest you. If you would like to view more information on a selection of well-known employers you can visit the vacancy snapshot at amazingapprenticeships.com. It displays a range of employer fact files outlining the types of apprenticeship vacancies available at these companies across the year. If you have a specific interest in a certain employer, it is also worth going direct to their recruitment site.

What is the role of my training provider?

Your training provider has a key role to play in providing off-the-job training, assessing your progress towards achieving your qualifications and supporting you generally during your apprenticeship. They work very closely with your employer to ensure that you receive:

an induction programme on starting,

a detailed training plan (including on-the-job training),

regular progress reviews,

opportunities to put into practice off-the-job learning so that you can achieve your qualifications/requirements of the apprenticeship, and

mentoring and general support throughout your apprenticeship.

This will all be documented in a commitment statement that is part of the Apprenticeship Agreement. This is an individual learning plan that your provider, your employer and you will all sign up to. You can find out more about learner satisfaction with training organisations and colleges by accessing the learner satisfaction survey results on the FE Choices pages of GOV.UK.

The information above is based on the GOV.UK’s Guide to Apprenticeships.


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