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  • Some Recent Clients
    years from The Public Sector Trade Associations Public Bodies Individual Businesses The Public Sector Development Agencies North West Development Agency One North East Yorkshire Forward East of England Development Agency East Midlands Development Agency Business Links Tourist Boards Visit Britain Visit England Visit Scotland Failte Ireland Visit Manchester Cumbria Tourism The Mersey Partnership Lancashire and Blackpool Tourist Board Visit Chester and Cheshire Northumberland Tourism County Durham Tourism Partnership Visit Tees Valley Jersey Tourism Learning and Skills Council The European Commission Trade Associations Professional Bodies Association of Cultural Enterprises ACE Association of Leading Visitor Attractions British Association of Leisure Parks Piers and Attractions British Beer and Pub Association British Holiday and Home Parks Association British Hospitality Association Business in Sport and Leisure Restaurant Association Meetings Industry Association Museums Libraries and Archives Council MLA Academy of Culinary Arts Academy of Food and Wine Amicale Internationale des Chefs de Reception British Institute of Innkeeping Clef s d Or Craft Guild of Chefs Insitute of Hospitality The Worshipful Company of Cooks United Kingdom Bartenders Guild United Kingdom Housekeepers Association Some Individual Businesses Milsom Group Thorpeness and Aldeburgh Hotels Ltd Pabulum Shearings Jarvis Hotels Hollybourne Hotels Animal Inns BAA Bar Group Ltd JW Lees and

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  • Some Recent Contracts
    Federation of Enterprise Agencies this has included laying the foundations for a sector network of 60 accredited Business Coaches who to date have delivered over 22 000 hours of business support An extension project Extending Regional Hospitality in the West Midlands has involved 50 hotels and restaurants working with 15 local food and drink producers to create a regional supply chain partnership to increase the sale of locally produced food and drink in local hotels and restaurants Budget 145 000 Department of Trade and Industry UK Industry Forum Adaptation Programme Closing the Gap Work on a five year study to assess the productivity gap in the UK Tourism Industry is currently being concluded in Hospitality and Leisure Manpower working in partnership with the Judge Institute at Cambridge University Cranfield University and London Economics This has included extensive desk research field research and benchmarking work with over 1 100 SME businesses in the tourism hospitality and leisure sector Quantifiable business benefits outputs which SMEs in the sector have derived from a range of best practice enablers inputs have been identified and assessed in terms of the impact which each has made in raising levels of service quality productivity and business performance The results of the study will be published in the first of a series of annual Closing the Gap reports during the autumn of 2007 Budget 136 000 Faílte Ireland Optimus Impact Assessment Study A Study of International Best Practice in Ireland Hospitality and Leisure Manpower was commissioned by Faílte Ireland the Irish State Tourism Development Agency to undertake on behalf of the Best Practice Forum an independent study of Best Practice in Ireland s Tourism Industry This included an assessment of the impact made by Faílte Ireland s Optimus programme Optimus is an innovative multi tiered programme to help tourism businesses become more profitable more efficient and more competitive The three levels of the Optimus programme are the Ireland s Best Award Mark of Best Practice and Award of Excellence Over 50 tourism businesses in Ireland were involved in the study over a three month period and a final project report was published in June 2006 Budget 15 700 North West Regional Development Agency and European Regional Development Fund North West Beacon Businesses Profit Through Productivity Hospitality and Leisure Manpower is over two years managing the delivery of the Best Practice Forum s Profit Through Productivity programme across the North West of England One hundred and sixty tourism businesses will benefit from a comprehensive business support programme including benchmarking best practice workshops and visits and one to one in the business support from tourism sector specialists The programme will disseminate best practice among tourism employers and is focused on improving productivity and profitability This Profit Through Productivity programme which is backed by the Northwest Regional Development Agency NWDA the North West Tourist Boards the British Hospitality Association and the European Regional Development Fund was launched in June 2006 and form the key strand of the NWDA Beacon Business programme

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  • Apprenticeship Awards
    see so many chefs who have trained here with me at Le Manoir aux Quat Saisons to go on and be acknowledged in their own right We are all aware of how important good training and apprenticeships are and how likely it can make the difference between a good experience and an exceptional one Brian Turner CBE is a huge supporter of apprenticeships and is committed to see their take up grow in the Hospitality Industry To serve as an apprentice alongside a great mentor and teacher is in my opinion the greatest start to any career To be able to watch and learn someone who has worked at their trade made mistakes and learnt how to correct them gives a craftsman a great start in life I myself was taught by many great and passionate people and it is my wish to be able to encourage others to pass on their skills and knowledge to others Cathie Smith Director of the British Institute of Innkeeping Awarding Body BIIAB is committed to expand the take up of Apprenticeships in the Licensed Retail Sector Apprenticeships can be a big first step on the career ladder for many in our industry This is an excellent time for employers to think about taking on apprentices The payback in terms of increased productivity more satisfied customers and profit growth is considerable She was joined by Peter Hancock Chief Executive of Pride of Britain Hotels who commented All of the 42 independent hotels in the Pride of Britain consortium have a shared passion for great hospitality This can only be sustained by employing the brightest and most committed people in the trade hence our interest in these apprenticeships Speaking at the launch of the awards Nick Scade Chair of the Academy of Food and Wine

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  • About the Awards
    Relais and Chateaux Pride of Britain Hotels Bragard Champagne Gosset and Wenlock Spring The Awards will recognise practical skills competence and achievement with winners from each of the different work areas in hospitality including professional food preparation and cookery restaurant service pub housekeeping reception portering and concierge and customer service Restaurant service will include both bar and wine service skills There will be three categories of Award to recognise excellence on the part of Apprentices Employers and Apprenticeship providers There will also be direct entry into the National Apprenticeship Awards and depending on age routes through to the World Skills Competitions The closing date for entries is Friday 9th September 2011 The Awards will be presented at the Butchers Hall in the City of London on Tuesday 18th October 2011 as part of the Academy of Food and Wine Service Annual Awards The Awards are part of a wider programme of work announced by government to provide world beating apprenticeships for around one in five of all school leavers in the run up to the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012 How does the judging process work Launch and applications invited Registration of entries Shortlisting of entrants by a panel of judges Shortlisted entrants Hospitality Apprentice of the Year Two Day Residential Event Hospitality Apprentice Employer of the Year Completion of on site external verification Hospitality Apprentice Provider of the Year Completion of on site external verification 5 Awards Presentation Tuesday October 18th 2011 at the Academy of Food and Wine Service Annual Awards What is the Technical Working Group A Technical Working Group comprising leading subject experts will determine and agree the format of the competition together with the selection marking and assessment criteria Members of the Technical Working Group together with other industry experts and personalities are actively

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  • How to enter
    Those successfully completing the practical work based questions within the entry form will take part in a national final on the 1st and 2nd October 2011 in Birmingham to include a two day residential event of individual group and team activities The work areas to be included are Professional Cookery Restaurant Service includes Restaurant and Bar Pub Housekeeping Reception Portering and Concierge and Customer Service Entrants should have completed Level 2 and be undertaking Level 3 or have achieved Level 3 after 1st October 2010 The judging criteria are based on National Occupational Standards appropriate to Level 3 Hospitality Apprentices This includes an assessment of Practical competence underpinning knowledge and key functional skills together with other determinants of success such as interpersonal skills There will also be an educational element in the competition The entry form is a word document Save it to your computer to complete all the details Once completed please post your form to Barbara Barnes at the address on the bottom of the entry form Click here to download an entry form Closing date for receipt of completed entry form Friday 9th September 2011 Hospitality Apprentice Employer of the Year Open to all employers in the hospitality industry who can demonstrate a substantial and sustained commitment to developing their workforce through apprenticeships together with the measurable impact this has had on tackling skill shortages and improving business performance Evidence will also be sought of best practice in the employment mentoring and support of apprentices Shortlisted entries will be externally verified on site during September October 2011 by a team of external assessors The entry form is a word document Save it to your computer to complete all the details Once completed please post your form to Barbara Barnes at the address on the bottom of the

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  • Apprenticeship Prizes
    the Craft Guild of Chefs Restaurant Apprentice of the Year In partnership with the Academy of Food and Wine Service and the United Kingdom Bartenders Guild Pub Apprentice of the Year In partnership with the British Institute of Innkeeping Housekeeping Apprentice of the Year In partnership with the United Kingdom Housekeepers Association Reception Apprentice of the Year In partnership with the Association of Front Office Managers Portering and Concierge Apprentice of the Year In partnership with the Les Clef D Or Customer Service Apprentice of the Year In partnership with the Institute of Hospitality Hospitality Apprentice Route winners will receive a one week work experience scholarship at one of The Pride of Britain Hotels including Holbeck Gill Country House Hotel Luton Hoo Hotel Northcote Manor Hotel and the Grand Hotel Jersey In addition to the above the Institute of Hospitality is also offering the the Customer Service Route winner a free Affiliate membership of the Institute for one year coupled with an expenses paid one two day attachment to one of the Institutes exemplary Hospitality Assured clients The venue would depend on the sector and background of the winner Restaurant and Chef Apprentice of the Year route winners will receive a BRAGARD jacket personalised with the route winners name Overall Hospitality of the Year Apprentice Winner 2011 The overall winner of the Hospitality Apprentice of the Year 2011 will receive a fabulous visit to the world famous House of Champagne Gosset in France plus a two week work experience scholarship at the world famous Le Manoir Quat Saisons along with development opportunities with the Institute of Hospitality The Hospitality Apprentice of the Year 2011 will win a fabulous visit to the world famous House of Champagne Gosset in France Champagne Gosset established in the Grand Cru Village of Aÿ in

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  • 2010 Winners
    It has helped young people like me to achieve professional qualifications and gain recognition whilst working full time and developing critical skills to carry out our job roles Sofitel London Heathrow has been very supportive in my ability to learn Ramesh has also received a Finalist Graduation jacket courtesy of BRAGARD as have the two other finalists Marcus Da Silva from the Crowne Plaza Victoria London and Jack Allibone from the House of Commons Marcus Da Silva as this year s runner up will also receive an expenses paid two day visit to the Ludlow Food Festival courtesy of Wenlock Spring Barceló UK scooped the Hospitality Apprentice Employer of the Year title for consistent improvement of completion results creating innovative and exciting apprenticeship programmes that inspire their learners Des Lawson Human Resources Director at Barceló said This award recognises our commitment to the Skills Pledge by offering vocational qualifications to all the team along with bespoke apprenticeship programmes such as the Barceló Apprentice Chefs Academy and our Pathways into Leisure The apprenticeship framework has helped Barceló address skills gaps whilst the success of our programme reflects the hard work and dedication of our apprentices By working with VT Training and Central Sports Management we have designed programmes that go beyond the apprenticeship framework enhancing the skills and knowledge of our learners The Hospitality Apprentice Provider of theYear was awarded to New College Nottingham for delivering some highly innovative apprenticeship programmes with impressive results Their entry was also endorsed by a comprehensive range of supportive references from employees apprentices and employers Sacha McCarthy Head of Catering and Hospitality School at New College commented We are thrilled that the hard work and dedication of the team has been recognised and rewarded so significantly New College Nottingham will continue to offer high quality

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  • Partners of the Hospitality Apprenticeship Awards 2011
    e mail enquiries ediplc com The British Hospitality Association is the principal trade association for the hospitality industry With over 40 000 establishment members it remains the only trade body in the UK which covers the entire spectrum of hotels and catering businesses in the private sector and has done so for over 100 years Champagne Gosset is the oldest wine house in Champagne established in Aÿ in 1584 and is owned by the Cointreau family Originally solely situated in the tiny Grand Cru village of Aÿ 5 kilometres north of Epernay Gosset has recently completed the acquisition of substantial premises in Epernayitself Domaine Gosset the former mansion of the Trouillard family is a historic building dating back to the 19th Century with 5km of cellars up to 30 metres in depth Production remains much smaller than most other champagne brands and has just reached almost 1 1 million bottles Champagne Gosset has been linked with some of the most prestigious names in the British Events calendar including Hampton Court Palace The Museum of London Leeds Castle The National Youth Theatre The London String of Pearls The Roux Scholarship and many more Available in most of the UK s top restaurants and hotels and through some of the world s best retailers Champagne Gosset has found its place firmly in the UK Champagne Market and shows all evidence of continuing to gain respect and admiration as it gains market share For the past 75 years BRAGARD has developed a unique savoir faire in the art of designing and distributing corporate clothing and prestige uniforms This savoir faire is based on a strong and simple idea which is to produce cloths that are elegant comfortable and functional The BRAGARD range is specifically designed for everyday use while taking extra care in

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