Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Hospitality Apprentices Are Sought

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Hospitality Apprentices Are Sought

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A HOSPITALITY apprenticeship company has opened a new office in County Durham to train hundreds of young people and create jobs.

HIT Training has set up a new regional operation covering the North East from an office in Newton Aycliffe, where managers plan to spearhead the development and recruiting staff.

Area manager Simon Liversedge has so far employed three trainer assessors and an administrative assistant and the workforce will be boosted to eight by August.

HIT was already operating in the region and currently has 45 people studying towards an apprenticeship or NVQ and Liversedge aims to have 225 on board.

"This is an incredibly exciting time for us and HIT Training," he said.

"There is great potential in the North East. We already knew that because we have several companies and businesses who train their employees with us.

"Now we have a new base and are recruiting staff, we can build on that and the number of young people benefitting from our training and opportunities will snowball. …

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