A multi award-winning spring water and soft drinks company based in Mid Wales is seeking to fill 20 job vacancies, including apprenticeships, within the fast growing business.
Businesses, apprentices and training providers across Wales will be uniting during Apprenticeship Week from February 7-13 to celebrate the positive impact of apprenticeships.
Regional tourism trade organisation, MWT Cymru and award-winning training provider, Cambrian Training Company, are joining forces to deliver skills training to tourism and hospitality businesses across Mid Wales.
The Mid Wales tourism industry has been urged to grasp the air of staycation positivity that is engulfing the region to make it one of the UK’s most desirable leisure destinations.
By Arwyn Watkins, OBE, managing director of Cambrian Training Company and president of the Culinary Association of Wales.
Most people will now be aware of the recruitment crisis in several sectors of the economy both here in Wales and across the UK. The shortage of lorry drivers has been dominating the headlines lately, but the hospitality industry was grappling with a diminishing number of staff even before the Covid-19 pandemic locked down the UK.
Apprenticeships are central to the growth of a North Wales-based technology business which has won an award for its commitment to staff training and development.
Learning and development are at the heart of the largest meat processing plant and abattoir in Wales which has more than 800 employees.
A man who has worked at the cutting edge of the fast-developing world of creative industries for more than 20 years has been named Wales’ Work-based Learning Assessor of the Year.
Matt Redd’s award was announced at the prestigious Apprenticeship Awards Cymru 2021 ceremony which was held virtually for the first time.
A high quality restaurant with rooms which is developing its own staff team in a historic Mid Wales market town has reported a busy first month.
Chartists 1770 at The Trewythen, located at the former Trewythen Hotel in Llanidloes, has created 16 full and part-time jobs, including six apprenticeships, as part of a £250,000 investment in the new business.
Stars of Wales’ work-based learning sector shone brightly as inspirational learners, successful employers and dedicated practitioners were recognised at the Apprenticeship Awards Cymru 2021.
The prestigious annual awards ceremony, held virtually this year, showcased 35 finalists who have excelled on the Welsh Government’s Apprenticeship and Traineeship Programmes and gone the extra mile to achieve success during these unprecedented times.