In conjunction with the Skills and employment team from the City Council and Jobcentre plus, Wolverhampton Adult Education Service supported Slater’s Ales by preparing unemployed people with training in Hospitality and Customer Service Skills, Level 2 Food Hygiene and Emergency First Aid before they attended interviews for jobs at the new Slater’s Ales venue in Queen Square, Wolverhampton. Students also learnt about the Slater’s brand and products and were supported to amend their CV’s focusing on the jobs available. 30 individuals completed the training of which 11 have been short listed for jobs.
Slater’s Ales is a family run brewery in the heart of Staffordshire, they have been brewing high quality, award winning beers since March 1995 and supply pubs and clubs throughout the country.
Wolverhampton Adult Education Service would like to wish both students and Slater’s Ales the very best for a successful future.
A new employability programme is planned to support Greene King with the opening of their new Hungry Horse venue which is being built on the I10 site near to Wolverhampton train station.