Resort to hold apprenticeship open evening

PUBLISHED: 12:51 24 May 2018 | UPDATED: 15:25 24 May 2018

Potters Resort is set to hold an apprenticeship evening. Picture: Courtesy of Potters Resort

Potters Resort is set to hold an apprenticeship evening. Picture: Courtesy of Potters Resort


A leisure resort is hosting a special event for people interested in a hospitality career.

Potters Resort in Hopton is set to hold an apprenticeship open evening from 4pm to 6pm on Wednesday, May 30, at its Zest restaurant.

The holiday park currently has a team of 585 employees and offers a range of apprenticeship opportunities, typically lasting between 12 and 18 months.

They are currently looking for hard-working individuals to join its food, beverage and catering departments, and are encouraging anyone interested in these roles to attend the open evening for an informal chat with the restaurant and kitchen management team. There will also be a chance to speak to training providers HIT and East Coast College.

The resort’s HR team will be on hand to provide more information on apprenticeships and application forms will be available. Those unable to attend are encouraged to send their CVs to or call 01502 735 137.

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