The Apprenticeship in Hospitality, Scotland programme is open to young people aged 17-24 and was created in 2014 by the Gleneagles Hotel, Blythswood Square Hotel, Apex Hotels, Cameron House Hotel on Loch Lomond and The Torridon Hotel.
Having grown each year AHS are now partnered with The Old Course Hotel, St Andrews, The Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, Edinburgh, The Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle, The Lovat on Loch Ness, the Westerwood Hotel, Kingsmills Hotel, Inverness, Trump Turnberry, a Luxury Collection Resort and Crieff Hydro Hotel.
The Apprenticeship in Hospitality’s aim is nurture, develop and inspire the next generation of highly skilled talent for the Scottish hospitality industry.
This two year course offers a route to gaining qualifications alongside practical experience in some of Scotland’s leading hotels with an optional third year to advance your skills in the department of your choice.
The Apprenticeship in Hospitality, Scotland (AHS) is open to 17-24 year olds and is underpinned by the Modern Apprenticeship Hospitality framework where, on completion, apprentices will be awarded a SVQ in Hospitality Services at SCQF Level 5.