TV programme helps unemployed into hospitality work
Thu, 31 May 2012
A new Channel 4 series is to be shown this October and aims to give unemployed people the opportunity to gain experience working with high-profile experts in a new hotel.
Programme maker Otomen is looking to find unemployed people of all ages and backgrounds to take part in the programme, which will be aired live. Those selected will have the chance to gain work experience in a hotel and will be mentored and trained in the hospitality industry by high-profile experts.
Although not yet announced, one of the UK’s most well-known chefs will run the kitchen and a top, respected customer service expert will run front of house and the rooms. From the front desk to the hotel spa, food sourcing to the bar – there will be roles in all aspects of the hotel.
The aim of the programme is to give a selection of people the skills to find permanent positions or get onto training schemes once the series has finished. Throughout the series the hotel will also raise money for charities and schemes across the nation that specifically help people get training and employment.
If you are unemployed and would like to take part in the programme, please email: email@example.com or phone 0203 227 5939.