Burleigh College Traineeships
Burleigh College deliver traineeships to unemployed learners aged 16-24 who are looking for work in the Hospitality sector. Our traineeship model involves employers at an early stage, so that your traineeship will be focused on gaining work in one of a range of available opportunities in the hospitality sector. We work in close conjunction with a number of large hotels – eg Premier Inn, Dorsett, Marriot, Hilton and will identify with you at the start of your traineeship an available work placement opportunity with such an organisation. Because these hotels have multiple properties across West London, you will be supported in gaining a placement at a hotel within easy travelling distance from your home. Opportunities are available in administration, front reception, information, the kitchen, waiting and bar attendance giving you a wide choice. These organisations have ongoing training programmes – so once you have achieved employment you will have further opportunities to develop your skills in an organisation with high standards and opportunities for progression.
Our Traineeship programme comprises
In depth initial and ongoing Information Advice and Guidance
- A Customer Service Level 2 accredited qualification (NCFE)
- Maths, English and ICT (where you have not already gained a GCSE at grade C or above)
- Work placement of not less than 100 hours
- A guaranteed job interview
Currently nearly 70% of our trainees access and sustain work following our traineeship programme and if you prove yourself on placement with the employer you have every chance of achieving a realistic job and starting a long term career.
Traineeships in other sectors are available – so call David Brook on 020 8748 9898 to check out our latest opportunities.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Burleigh College
Suite 202, Regal Court Business Centre
42-44 High Street
- SL1 1EL
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