Opportunity for student trainee



THE Tweed Heads Bowls Club has announced an exciting employment initiative for young people at Tweed Heads - the Tweed Heads Bowls Club School-Based Traineeship Program.

Applications are being sought from young people still at school (Years 11-12) who are thinking about a career in hospitality to fill two school-based traineeships at the club to begin in late January.

Participants will be employed for between 12 and 30 months (depending on their year level at school) for no less than 15 hours per week and will be offered training in hospitality, providing a solid foundation for a career in the industry.

The program will provide industry-based learning and practical placement for two young people in the Tweed.

Participants will be given the opportunity to progressively undertake and become more proficient in a range of tasks that will assist their development of technical knowledge and confidence.

Tweed Heads Bowls Club CEO Darryl Bozicevic said the program was designed to help young people in the Tweed area get a solid understanding of the hospitality environment.

The manager human resources, Paul Carlson said the traineeship program is a new employment initiative at the Club and is designed to attract and develop young people from the Tweed.

Students should notify their school careers adviser of their interest in applying for a school-based traineeship at Tweed Heads Bowls Club.

For further information, phone Lynne Deans on (07) 5536 3800.



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