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  • Fife Teen Parent Project Support Worker

    ‘Gingerbread’ was formed in London in 1970 by a single mother who found there was no support specifically for lone parents. Her start up groups gained media attention and soon Gingerbread groups were being formed all over the UK, with Gingerbread Scotland being created in 1985.

    Fife Gingerbread

  • Casual Leisure Attendant - Dryside

    Fife's leading provider of sports and leisure facilities.

    Fife Sports and Leisure Trust

  • Casual Leisure Attendant - Wet Side

    Fife's leading provider of sports and leisure facilities.

    Fife Sports and Leisure Trust

  • Sales and Membership Advisor

    Fife's leading provider of sports and leisure facilities.

    Fife Sports and Leisure Trust

  • Hospitality

    The Apprenticeship in Hospitality Scotland is open to 17-24 year olds and is underpinned by the Modern Apprenticeship Hospitality framework. Apprentice places are allocated after an interview process from a partner property and an eligibility of funding check through the SQA. Over the two years of the apprenticeship, our candidates are placed in a partner host property, where they learn about, and gain experience across a range of hotel operational areas – unlike current apprenticeships which are generally restricted to one department. Our apprentices also participate in bespoke masterclasses and Learning Journeys delivered by top industry professionals throughout the programme to support the curriculum and enhance their knowledge. Our partners include Gleneagles Hotel, Cameron House Hotel, Apex Hotels, Blythswood Square Hotel, Old Course Hotel, Skibo Castle, Sheraton Grand Hotel, The Torridon Hotel, The Westerwood Hotel, Crieff Hydro and The Lovat Hotel. You can apply to any of the listed properties and do so through our website by clicking on the hotel that is most of interest to you or is closest to you geographically.

    The Apprenticeship in Hospitality, Scotland

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