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Get Into Hospitality with Greene King and the Princes Trust

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Get Into Hospitality with Greene King and the Princes Trust

Posted by on 10 May 2017

An upcoming opportunity to boost your confidence if you are aged 16-30, working fewer than 16 hours a week and interested in progressing. The ‘Get Into Hospitality’ programme, based in Ipswich and delivered in partnership with Greene King might be just what you are looking for.

Get into Hospitality 

Get Into Hospitality with Greene King | Programme details

Monday 26th June to Friday 14th July 2017

Location: Ipswich & the surrounding areas

Taster day: Thursday 22nd June 2017

      • All training provided.
      • Achieve a Level 2 certificate in Food Safety and an IT qualification.
      • Travel expenses paid during the programme.
      • Skills training: build teamwork, communication skills, CV writing and interview skills.
      • Up to 6 months mentoring following the programme, to help participants find further training and employment.
      • Opportunity to secure a permanent job and a place on the award-winning Greene King apprenticeship scheme.
      • Doesn’t affect benefits.

 Want to know more?

Check out the ‘Get Into’ promotion video and case studies from young people who have completed previous courses, plus much more on this link

If you need to know anything else or want to refer a young person then please get in touch with Toby on,

07483981306 or email  

What happens on the programme?

If you’re not in work, education or training and live in the UK, we can give you the chance to gain work experience and receive training in a specific sector through our Get into programme. We'll also focus on your employability skills to help you move into a job after the course. 

In order to give you the best chance of getting a job after the programme, we run courses in sectors where we know jobs are most likely to be available. 

The course is completely free and won’t affect your Jobseeker’s Allowance. We'll cover your travel costs, and may be able to support with lunch and childcare costs during the course.

Not sure if this is for you?

You can meet our staff before the course starts and ask us questions to decide if it's right for you.

During the programme, you'll also benefit from one-to-one support to help you think about what you'd like to do after the course finishes, and will have the option of support either from our staff or a volunteer mentor for up to six months.

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