YOUNG STUDENTS TOASTING SUCCESS
Celebrations are full steam ahead for college students who have graduated from an award- winning programme.
A g ro u p o f 1 4 unemployed folk are looking forward to career opportunities in the hospitality industry after graduating from the Diageo Learning for Life programme. The students, who completed the sixweek training course, enjoyed a toas to success at a ceremony held in INVER, Ayr Training Restaurant at Ayrshire College on Monday, October 1.
The Diageo programme p rov i d e s s t u d e nt s with coaching, core employability skills and specialist bartender training – plus seven industry recognised qualifications which open the door to a wide range of exciting hospitality career opportunities in the country.
P a u l i n e S c o t t , Ayrshire College learner engagement officer for Diageo Learning for Life, said: “We’re very proud of our Ayrshire College students who have been working incredibly hard for the last six weeks.
“It has been amazing to see the students not only develop their knowledge and skills but also improve their confidence.
“We have received fantastic backing from local employers and we really appreciate the time that they have given to encourage and support our students to consider a career in the hospitality sector - their assistance is really crucial to the success of the course.”
The A team Young graduates