Monday November 23, 2020

Restaurant body wants apprenticeship scheme

The RAI has pledged 4,000 new apprenticeships for chefs, sommeliers and waiters over the next four years with the aid of government training grants or other incentives.

14th April, 2012

The restaurant industry's association has pledged 4,000 new apprenticeships for chefs, sommeliers and professional waiters over the next four years, with the aid of government training grants or other incentives.

The sector wants to boost standards across Ireland, and to capitalise on a drive to make Ireland a 'food nation' in a bid to draw more visitors here.

Adrian Cummins, Restaurant Association of Ireland (RAI) chief executive, will discuss the matter next month with the minister...

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