Highland Hospitality Wants You

Hospitality experts will showcase careers in front of house, reception, catering, management and housekeeping.

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The latest industry insight webinar for young people will be presented by the team at Developing the Young Workforce West Highland on a screen near you next week.

Highland Hospitality Wants You will take place on Wednesday, April 28, from 2- 3.15pm via Zoom and will showcase the range of opportunities available as the hospitality industry gets set to reopen.

Aimed at current school pupils, school leavers and all young people up to 25 years of age, the live session will shine a light on the wide range of Highland-based hospitality job opportunities, apprenticeships and college courses available to young people.

DYW West Highland is delighted to welcome speakers from leading highland hotels such as the five star Torridon Hotel, the Lovat Loch Ness, the Moorings in Fort William, Sligachan Hotel on Skye and The Gairloch Hotel.

The hospitality experts will showcase careers in front of house, reception, catering, management and housekeeping. The webinar will also hear from young people currently working and training in hospitality.

Rohaise Rose Bistrow, people director of The Torridon Hotel said: ‘An exciting adventure lies ahead as the doors open on hospitality, our guests, visitors and
customers are going to be arriving and we need you to make them feel welcome.

‘Varied career opportunities that you may have never considered will be available, whether you like the thrill of running a busy restaurant, delivering training from the Human resources departments or keeping the garden and grounds tidy outside.

‘Indoors, outdoors, at a desk or on your feet, take a look at what could be waiting for you.’

Audience members will have the opportunity to ask industry experts their questions after the presentations, gaining information about opportunities on offer as well as hints and tips about the qualities employers are looking for.

If you are a young person who would like to find out what new job, apprenticeship and
training opportunities are available as the hospitality sector opens up then head to www.dywwesthighland.org today for more event information and to book your free