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Hospitality Apprenticeship Board

Representatives from fifteen organisations have secured a leading role in the future of hospitality apprenticeships with a seat on the Hospitality Apprenticeship Board.

The following members, carefully selected for their combined expertise and passion in driving up the quality of apprenticeships, will each will play a significant part in helping to ensure the new apprenticeship standards remain fit for purpose for all businesses across the industry:

  • Edward Gallier, head of learning and development, Amaris
  • Johanna Keith, apprenticeship manager, Azzurri Group
  • Melanie Hayes, resourcing and development director, Compass
  • David Hoyle, people director, Fuller, Smith and Turner
  • Serena von der Heyde, business partner, Georgian House Hotel
  • Graham Briggs, apprenticeship manager, Greene King
  • Alison Knight, senior manager, talent and leadership development, Hilton Worldwide
  • Aideen Whelehan, human resource manager, Lancaster London
  • Mary Payne, apprenticeship programme manager, McDonald’s
  • Jan Smallbone, director of learning & talent development, Mitchell and Butlers
  • Maggie Pavlou, HR director, Parkdean Resorts
  • Brian Turner, president, representing the chefs of the Royal Academy Culinary Arts
  • Julie Barker, director of accommodation and hospitality (director TUCOltd), University of Brighton
  • Malcolm Redmond, education manager, Whitbread
  • Tracy Read, HR director, Young’s

Membership to the apprenticeship board runs from October 2016 to March 2018. In addition to the 15 employer members, the board will include a small number of apprenticeship service providers, for which the nomination process will open in early 2017.

Annette Allmark, director of strategic policy at People 1st comments

“We were delighted to see such a fantastic range of nominations from businesses across the industry wanting an influential role in the future of hospitality apprenticeships. It’s important to stress that while the board includes 15 industry representatives, all employers are encouraged to engage with its members and People 1st to help drive quality apprenticeships.”

Sam Coulstock, Business Relations Director at Umbrella Training comments:

It is so great to see the membership of the board with leading businesses across the industry. This leadership will help to maintain and drive up the quallity of apprenticeships. Lots of the members are already working with Umbrella as we continue to support all our employers with the lead up to the apprenticeship reforms through our #LevyLove campaign.”

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