We all know of instances where individuals have fallen victim to the digital barrier. Those that were born before 1990 weren’t brought up surrounded by technology, and this pattern continues to increase as the years go on, with those born after the millennium being the first cohort to be surrounded by technology in their upbringing.
Deemed to be a national crisis by some industry experts and costing the UK economy £1.5 billion a year according to a report published in the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, the shortages of workers in STEM sectors are a significant point of concern. But could improving and developing STEM apprenticeships be the solution?
There is no denying that university is a rather stressful period in life. Unlike the other exams you have previously sat, such as GCSEs and A-Levels, you are away from home for these ones. You aren’t coming home in the evening after a hard day of studying to a nutritious, brain-fueling meal. If you want that, you are going to be cooking it for yourself. The comfort blanket that has surrounded you for so many years at home is no longer there and fending for yourself has never felt so realistic.
Statistics show that one third of people who work in the catering industry do it because they’re passionate about food. But, what makes this industry an attractive one to work in and what is recruitment currently like in the sector? We’ve teamed up with the Hog’s Head Inn, a modern country pub in Seaham, to find out more:
A provider’s Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) plays a critical role in its approach to safeguarding its learners, training its staff, providing...