Kitchen repair firm backs nurturing of industry talent

Steve Elliott, Serviceline

Ishaan Tugnait

Catering equipment maintenance specialist Serviceline is teaming up with The Springboard Charity to promote an award highlighting excellence in employee training and ongoing career development.

 The Stevenage-based company is championing the ‘Education Pipeline Award’, which recognises a team from any hospitality organisation that both provides a continuous stream of education opportunities for apprentices and ensures that this continues during their early years in the workplace.

“Serviceline’s long-term investment in its own apprenticeship programme includes sponsoring the ‘Education Pipeline Awards’ which fits perfectly with our philosophy of continual learning and support for all Serviceline employees,” said managing director Steve Elliott (pictured above).

“We found the key to successful apprenticeships is the on-going nurturing of talent throughout their formal education years, and on into the world of work, where we constantly challenge all of our people to develop more skills as they progress in their careers.”

The closing date for entries is Monday 14 September, while the actual ‘Springboard Awards for Excellence’ presentation ceremony takes place in November.

The entry process is explained in full here.

The Springboard Charity helps young, the unemployed and those facing barriers to work into sustainable employment in the hospitality, leisure and tourism industry.

 

 

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