Hastings Hotels group launches new trainee management programme

THE Hastings Accommodations group has introduced a recruitment push to come across 12 new trainee managers.

Now in its sixth year, the trainee management programme has been intended in association with the Ulster University to assist identify and acquire the hospitality supervisors of the potential.

Throughout the two-year progress plan, every single profitable trainee manager will graduate with a diploma and a complete-time management posture in 1 of Hastings Hotels’ six homes, like the Europa and Grand Central inns.

Members will also have the chance to perform at Titanic Belfast.

Taking care of director of Hastings Inns, James McGinn said: “Since it was initially introduced 6 years ago we have invested in the own and expert advancement of our trainees who have gone on to do the job in full-time management positions throughout Hastings Motels.

“The programme has been a big success, both of those for the group and the folks who have taken element, for instance, two of our present basic managers concluded it together with Niall Burns who is at the helm of the five-star Culloden Estate & Spa.

“We are committed to helping nurture the following generation of expertise and encouraging and enabling workers to hone their techniques and attain a worthwhile vocation in this remarkable sector,” additional the hotel manager.