Bourne chef apprentice Jonathan Tennant is sharing his career goal during National Apprenticeship Week.
During the week, apprentices from across the country have celebrated the opportunities they have been given by sharing their career goals and aspirations.
Jonathan (26), of Broadland Avenue, is a chef apprentice at the Halcyon Hungry Horse in Peterborough.
He was encouraged to take a career goal selfie as part of a campaign by Lifetime Training, the largest apprenticeship training provider in the UK.
Over 800 photographs and film entries have been received as part of the campaign to date – and are being shared on Lifetime’s twitter and facebook feeds during the week (#career goals).
Jonathan, who is clearly aiming at becoming an area chef, said: “I want to keep progressing in the hospitality industry. I am doing my level 3 apprenticeship because I want to learn more and have the knowledge to support my role as chef manager. Being an apprentice at Greene King gives you an opportunity to meet a variety of people, to progress and do something new.”
Alex Khan, CEO at Lifetime Training, said the response to the campaign had been phenomenal and evidence of the faith in the quality of apprenticeship training being delivered and the results offered to business and individuals.
To find out more about bespoke Lifetime Training workforce skills development programmes visit www.lifetimetraining.co.uk