Gaining recognition as an Employer of Choice can really boost your venue’s reputation within the industry as well as the community. However, achieving the steps and processes required to do this can become a difficult, costly and lengthy process, with visible gaps if not carried out in a multi-pronged approach.
You might have been the cashier at the local fish & chip shop or the worlds best dishy. Did you ever think that it would lead you to where you are today? For Sarah Elsmore, a school based traineeship at Lions Richlands has given her the ability to become part of a large community and apply […]
There are two obvious benefits to your venue that you have probably heard us mention in the past, namely Community benefit, hiring a young person from your local school will be recognised in the community. Your venue will be seen to be giving a young local a go. Cost benefit, starting with a low risk […]
Club Training Australia is committed to its School Based Training Program, ensuring we have current relevant resources for all students, as well as a great team who showcase enthusiasm and professionalism in their jobs and the success of their students. Our School Based Program has tripled in size over the past few years with a […]
The benefits for your venue are endless when you hire young motivated staff in school based traineeships including, Make a positive contribution to the local community by supporting young people, Attractive financial government grants and incentives, Attract and recruit new staff, Produce a cost-positive training and employment budget, Qualified and experienced trainers, High completion rate, […]
Would you consider hiring them? When we think of young people in the hospitality industry, the first thing that comes to mind is a bored kid standing around waiting for their shift to be over. However, some clever managers are working hard to buck the trend and are building a positive training culture within their […]
The Group Management Diplomas that we are currently running have been great for the whole team and have given us all the opportunity to learn more about each other, whilst gaining valuable training and experience. It has strengthened the team and created additional motivation and boosted personal confidence and performance – Justin Hall General Manager […]
During 2012, CTA embarked on an incredible journey to expand our offering across the state involving community clubs. We teamed up with more clubs than ever before to offer young people at school the opportunity to train in a Certificate III in Hospitality.
In 2012, our Commercial Cookery experts Paolo Pavia and Aletia Ramscar oversaw the dramatic growth of our Apprentice Chef programs. Our point of difference which is becoming increasingly popular is that the training is regular, personal and our team mentor your Apprentices.
We all face challenges everyday but can you imagine if your challenge was based, on the majority, personal perception or a stereotype centuries old. Kerry Woodley this year completed her Certificate III in Hospitality with Blue Care Respite Centre Atherton.