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Pilots with Employers and Wandsworth Schools to Help Young People Achieve Successful Careers in Hospitality and Catering
 

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PAN OUT’S 18 PILOT PROGRAMMES WILL COVER THE FULL GAMUT OF HOSPITALITY AND CATERING ACTIVITIES

FEEDING FUTURES

THROUGH NEW AND EXCITING EXPERIENCES YOUNG PEOPLE WILL SEE FUTURE CAREERS, NOT PART-TIME POSITIONS

A SLICE OF SUCCESS

WE WILL CONTRIBUTE TO THE HOSPITALITY AND CATERING SECTOR BY ADDRESSING ITS NEED FOR SKILLED, MOTIVATED PEOPLE

PAN OUT: PILOT PROGRAMMES


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We’re busy cooking our next batch of pilots.
Please check back soon for further updates.

If you’re in the hospitality or catering industry and have something you’d like to share, get in touch. From work experience to guest speaking at assemblies, we want to place industry experts at the forefront of these pilots. We can also offer apprenticeship opportunities and interns.

Addressing the Need

As London’s population continues to expand,
so does the skill shortage affecting its hospitality and catering sector

We need to address this issue through the effective engagement of young people –
as the shortfall in skills and personnel is all too apparent, as these figures show:

Since 2011, the number of positions left vacant because employers cannot find people with the skills to fill them has risen by 130%UK Commission for Employment and Skills, Skills Survey 2015
51% of vacancies in skilled trade areas are hard to fill due to a shortage of people with the right skills UK Commission for Employment and Skills, Skills Survey 2015
61% of employers are not satisfied with people’s self-management skills and 66% have concerns about the readiness of school leavers in business awarenessCBI Education and Skills Survey 2015
By 2020: 35% of core skills will change globallyWorld Economic Forum, The Future of Jobs 2015