McDonald's To Take on 30 New Apprentices in York
12:28pm 12th June 2014
McDonald’s in York is offering 30 new recruits a place on its Intermediate Apprenticeship In Hospitality and Catering Programme. The new apprenticeships will form part of the York Council’s pledge to take on 100 apprentices in the local area.
Nationally recognised and City and Guild’s accredited, the McDonald’s Apprenticeship provides employees with transferable skills they can use in their current role and in their future career. It is equivalent to five GCSEs and sits in the middle of the McDonald’s learning ladder, which ranges from work experience for 16+ year old school goers, to a Foundation Degree in Managing Business Operations for restaurant managers.
Local franchisee John Atherton said: “Vocational qualifications are more important than ever before, as they provide the opportunity to gain qualifications at the same time as developing on-the-job skills. Offering the chance to learn and earn means I can attract the very best people and I’m proud to be able to offer my employees this type of opportunity in the form of our Apprenticeship Programme.”
To find out more about the training opportunities McDonald’s offers and to download a prospectus, visit mcdonalds.co.uk/people. To find out more about the Apprenticeship contact Eleanor Bennett on (0) 7873 584041
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