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The HIT Chef Academy! Training the next generation of Chefs through Apprenticeships and tackling the Chef Shortage.

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A Recipe for Success: the new HIT Chef Academy - Hospitality & Catering News

hospitalityandcateringnews.com

HIT Training, the hospitality industry training and apprenticeship provider, has launched new initiative the HIT Chef Academy to tutor chefs in key industry skills.

HIT Training launches HIT Chef Academy

thecaterer.com

So proud to see Devon Apprentice and Chef Academy star Dave Gobbett in the Plymouth Herald! Congratulations to his success in the HITMasterChef competition in the West region! Next up - the National Finals!

Millbrook Inn chef Dave Gobbett cooks his way to national championship

plymouthherald.co.uk

Jill Whittaker, Managing Director of HIT Training, comments on the Apprenticeship Levy

Apprenticeship Levy can help nurture home grown talent says HIT Hospitality

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Devon chefs were feeling rather crabby when they met for latest meeting of The Chefs' Forum. With students from HIT Training and South Devon College.

Devon chefs get crabby during Favis of Salcombe crab firm visit

westernmorningnews.co.uk

HIT Chef Academy is launched

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The HIT Chef Academy is an innovative new training programme for future culinary stars and aims to meet the demand for highly skilled chefs in the hospitality industry, which is a result of the growth the sector has experienced in the last few years.

A Recipe for Success With the launch of the new HIT Chef Academy

thechefsforum.co.uk

"Chefs have closed themselves into little boxes and said they don't want to share talent because of the chef shortage." Hear what else HIT Chef Academy Principal, Paul Mannering had to say to BigHospitality.

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Sharing economy: Could the stage help boost chef retention?

bighospitality.co.uk

HIT Chairman John Hyde: "I’m sure Ofsted chief inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw, when rubbishing ‘cleaning’ and ‘coffee-making’ apprenticeships, did not intend the apprenticeship brand to suffer a similar fate."

The Indy Scene: Edition 153

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HIT Chairman John Hyde: "I’m sure Ofsted chief inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw, when rubbishing ‘cleaning’ and ‘coffee-making’ apprenticeships, did not intend the apprenticeship brand to suffer a similar fate."

The Indy Scene: Edition 153

feweek.co.uk