New e-learning platform launched for hospitality workers

Millie Milliken

Millie Milliken

09 April 2020

UKH Pathway has been launched by UK Hospitality and CPL Learning to provide furloughed hospitality teams with free training during the covid-19 pandemic

Providing access to learning, wellbeing and personal development resources, the e-learning courses have been developed by hospitality and retail education body CPL Learning to give workers a chance to grow their skills across a large range of subjects.

The first range of courses and content will focus on four topics; Wellbeing, Product, Personal Development and Hospitality. The platform will be free to use while venues remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, and users will be able to keep a record of their achievements online too.

'UKH Pathway is a hugely valuable resource for hospitality employees looking to hone their skills and broaden their knowledge base,' said UK Hospitality CEO Kate Nicholls of the launch. 'Hospitality has been one of the hardest-hit sectors and our fantastic team members have, in many cases, been furloughed during the crisis.

'We hope that, not only will this provide employees with an outlet, it will mean we are in the best possible position to thrive once again when the crisis passes, and venues begin to reopen.'

Jamie Campbell, COO of CPL Learning, believes the platform will help team members stay connected, while also adding that: 'It will allow individuals to further their personal development, clearly showing the commitment we, as a sector, have in developing people.'

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