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Getting into travel


The Apprentices ❛ 38


Oskar Jazdzejewski commis chef,


Hilton Milton Keynes


After I finished sixth form I went on a gap year. When I got back, I was keen to keep learning but didn’t want to go to college or university, so an apprenticeship made sense. I didn’t have any cooking experience, but I’ve always been passionate about it, so I applied for a Level 2 Chef Apprenticeship with Hilton and was fortunate enough to get it. I’ve worked at the Hilton Milton Keynes for 18 months and am now a commis chef. During my apprenticeship I was trained on the job by the head chef and carried out training online and on video before completing coursework which was reviewed online and in person by a trainer. I’ve learned so much on the job that I wouldn’t have learned in a classroom – I’d like to keep progressing and hopefully in the future I’ll combine being a chef with my passion for skiing.


Joel Matthewman travel consultant,


❛ Thomas Cook, Wombwell


I have always wanted to become a travel agent, so when I came towards the end of my time at school I went into my local store and asked the manager if there were any opportunities. She explained about the online application, interview process and the apprenticeship scheme. I was very excited when I found out that I’d been successful. I did an initial two-day workshop at head office which introduced me to the company. In store I have an hour a day study time away from the counter to work on tasks from my action plan which are set by my apprenticeship assessor. I am really enjoying the apprenticeship as it allows me to sell and train at the same time. I am looking forward to completing my apprenticeship and becoming a full-time travel consultant.


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