Sucessful fast track course leads to fast food employmentPosted: 14th of July 2014 by Chris Rose
During his short course, Alex studied for an Employability & Personal Development Skills & Customer Service (Level 1) qualification, as well as a Food Safety (Level 2) qualification. Since passing his modules with flying colours – including Personal Development and Career Pathway - Alex has taken great pride in continuing to develop his awareness and understanding with on-the-job training.
"I am so pleased with how quickly I was offered a job after enrolling on the WorkReadyPeople course," explains Alex.
"I've been employed by McDonalds for five months now and highly recommend anyone looking for a job to attend a WorkReadyPeople course. The trainers are extremely helpful and they’re there for you every step of the way.
"From job searching, to practicing interview techniques and gaining a food safety certificate, the course was perfect for me and would be useful for anybody looking to enter the food industry. My food safety certificate was even photocopied by McDonalds and displayed on the wall which was a really proud moment for me."
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