Global Skills partnership with Bright Employment Hospitality continues to strengthen with the November 2015 Hospitality students graduating with 80% securing fulltime permanent employment within 2 weeks of completing their 6 week program. Job seekers have been placed in leading hotel and restaurants across Sydney, including The Burger Project, The Star Casino and Miss Chu’s in both kitchen and front of house roles. 50% of these graduates have been offered Apprenticeships.
Global Skills Director Rebecca Nicholls stated “The Bright Hospitality program continues to deliver extremely positive results for our job seekers. The quality of training and support provided during and post program completion is best practice. Sustainable employment opportunities are being generated by tailoring a practical training program to the specific needs of leading employers who have a genuine commitment to employ local job seekers with diverse backgrounds”.
If you are a Global Skills job seeker and are interested in being referred to the Bright program, speak to your Employment Consultant or Norma Ibrahim via email@example.com