Haven UK launches new youth employment scheme

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One of the UK’s leading family holiday companies is launching a new flagship Early Career Academy.

Haven has partnered with Youth Employment UK for this project with the aim of providing support to young people in its local communities by providing early career opportunities through partner schools.

This will see team members from Haven Parks and the Central Support Office provide career information, experiences and opportunities to young people still in training to help them discover the world of work and the range of careers that available to them in the hospitality and tourism industry. .

Youth Employment UK will support Haven to create and promote excellent youth-friendly opportunities.

The partnership wants to focus on creating opportunity, recognizing talent, ensuring fair employment and developing world-class people. They have an inclusive approach ensuring that young people have a voice in the development of its early career program and in decision making. The organization uses its network to reach 4,500 schools, colleges and career leaders, as well as young people across the country.

Haven is also launching an employer profile on the Youth Employment UK website to enable it to bring to life the range of options and great career paths that are available without limits in Haven. As part of the project, Haven is committed to creating brilliant opportunities for young people across the company so they can join and thrive in their careers, regardless of their starting point in life.

Simon Palethorpe, chief executive of Haven, said: “The young people in our schools are the future and it is so important that we recognize and harness their talent and potential early on to give them the best possible start in the careers they have chosen. We can offer such a range of opportunities in Haven, so we are delighted to launch our Early Years Academy, supported by Youth Employment UK.

Find out more visit their website here – Haven Early Careers – Youth Employment UK

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