Job concerns mounting among hospitality’s frontline workers

Three quarters of people working in hospitality are concerned about their job security as the sector heads into a second lockdown in England. The finding comes from a snap Pulse survey of the Hospitality Professionals panel from CGA and CPL Learning—a group of experts working in a variety of hospitality roles and sectors who provide vital frontline perspectives of the industry.
     

CPL Learning launches Cellar to Glass digital learning programme

CPL Learning launched its brand-new Cellar to Glass digital learning programme, developed using the expertise of Beer Sommelier Annabel Smith. It provides a comprehensive guide to implementing best practices in the cellar, behind the bar and ensuring that premises are in pristine condition. Delivered in seven bitesize sections the programme has been designed to provide learners with the freedom to explore the content in a way most suited to them. With practical video demonstrations of cellar and bar related tasks, this learning activity is an encyclopaedia of cellar to glass practices.
     

New E-learning platform for hospitality workers launched

Hospitality trade body UKHospitality and learning and development provider CPL Learning have launched an online training platform for hospitality team members.UKH Pathway is free to use while hospitality businesses remain closed due to the COVID-19 crisis, and provides access to learning, wellbeing and personal development resources for furloughed employees.
     

CPL Learning calls for sector to champion personal development for those furloughed

CPL Learning, the learning & development partner to the hospitality sector, has welcomed the Government’s guidance on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and is encouraging those in hospitality to continue supporting personal development. “We believe the guidance provided means that employers can still provide their employees with access to learning and development resources so that they can continue with their personal development as long as it is at their discretion,” said Jamie Campbell, Chief Operating Officer at CPL Learning.
     

CPL Learning Launches Free Planning Delivery and Takeaway e-learning Course

CPL Learning, the learning & development partner to the hospitality sector, today launched their Planning Delivery and Takeaway e-learning course. This free course has been produced in collaboration with experts David Edwards MCIEH, Angeline Wolfe Chartered MCIEH CEnvH and Karen Turton.Developed for the hospitality industry, this course has been designed to support businesses in adapting their current pub, restaurant or café into a takeaway or delivery business.
     

CPL Learning Makes Mental Health and Personal Resilience Course Accessible for Free

CPL Learning announces they are making Mental Health Support Champion and Personal Resilience e-learning courses free to access. Following the launch of the free Coronavirus – Taking Proactive Action online course last week, CPL Learning has decided to offer free access to their Mental Health Support Champion and Personal Resilience e-learning courses.
     

CPL Learning Launches Free Coronavirus e-learning Course

FREE online course just released by CPL Learning “Coronavirus – Taking Proactive Action”. CPL Learning’s new e-learning course has been developed specifically to support the hospitality industry and helps guide businesses in making preparations and contingencies to deal with the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Aimed predominantly at outlet management, it covers what coronavirus is and how the infection spreads, areas to consider and plan for, operational tips, training guides and the most up-to-date hygiene advice for food and drink establishments. There will also be a range of support materials to be used in venues to support the course.