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  • GEA Group

    Ammonia - A Futureproof Solution for HVAC Chillers

    GEA Group

    Anhydrous Ammonia (NH3/R717) is the most environmentally friendly refrigerant available. Its natural and has zero effect on the ozone layer. Ammonia has become the primary go-to... Read more

  • High Speed Training

    Time Management (v5)

    High Speed Training

    This course gives learners an in-depth understanding of effective time management techniques; so they can address their personal barriers and prioritise work that matters most. They... Read more

  • High Speed Training

    Unconscious Bias Training Course

    High Speed Training

    This course teaches learners about the different types of unconscious bias and how they can present themselves in everyday life and working environments. It explains how to identify... Read more

  • Johnston Carmichael

    JC Exchange Event

    Johnston Carmichael

    A list of the upcoming JC Exchange events at the various Johnston Carmichael locations is below. The next JC Exchange Glasgow event will take place at the Johnston Carmichael W. George... Read more

  • High Speed Training

    How to Improve Your Food Hygiene Rating

    High Speed Training

    This online course is designed to help food premises understand how the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme works; so that they can make improvements to their food handling activities in order... Read more

  • flick learning

    Allergens

    flick learning

    A level-2 allergens course that provides learners with a thorough understanding of the 14 most-common food allergens; the symptoms of an allergic reaction; how to help a sufferer; and... Read more

  • flick learning

    Asbestos Awareness

    flick learning

    A level-2 asbestos awareness course that provides learners with a thorough understanding of what asbestos is; why and how it has been used; who is at risk from it; the different types... Read more

  • flick learning

    Keeping Children Safe in Education 2018 - flick Essentials

    flick learning

    A level-2 course that provides an opportunity to get up-to-date with key changes introduced by Keeping Children Safe in Education 2018. It allows users to read through Section One and... Read more

  • flick learning

    Manual Handling

    flick learning

    A level-2 manual handling course that provides learners with a thorough understanding of the basics of manual handling; what harm can be caused from poor manual handling; as well as... Read more

  • flick learning

    Preventing Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace

    flick learning

    A level-2 course on preventing bullying and harassment in the workplace. It provides learners with a thorough understanding of what the differences are between bullying and harassment;... Read more

  • NoodleNow!

    The Role of the SENCO

    NoodleNow!

    The Role of the SENCO course examines this crucial role in an early years setting and includes the SENCO’S responsibilities; the legalities; the personal qualities needed;... Read more

  • NoodleNow!

    Understanding Asthma and Auto-Injectors

    NoodleNow!

    Our Understanding Asthma and Auto-Injectors course provides essential information for early years practitioners. It examines signs and symptoms of asthma; causes; diagnosis and... Read more

More information about Hospitality

The hospitality sector is a substantial contributor to the UK economy. For example, there are approximately 10,000 hotel businesses in the UK contributing to around £18 billion. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has calculated that hotels and restaurants, together with distribution, make up 18% of the entire UK services industry.

The British Hospitality Association (BHA) is the private sector forum for the 6th largest contributor to export earnings and 4th largest employer in the UK. Approximately 3 million people, or 10% of the workforce and over 180,000 businesses work within the overall UK hospitality industry. BHA, together with Oxford Economics, examined hospitality industry contribution to each of the 406 local authorities in England which they found is responsible annually for providing £46bn in wages and profits to local economies.

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