The free online Drink Spiking Awareness course aims to support operators in educating their teams and raising awareness of the signs someone has been spiked, what to do if someone reports that they suspect their drink has been spiked and the impact of drink spiking on victims. Find out more in this article.
CPL Learning, the learning & development partner to the hospitality sector, has today launched Campus, their brand-new learning and development platform. Providing users with a unique learning experience, Campus will allow employers to unlock their teams’ potential.
The Plant Passport system is to make sure that plants being moved within Great Britain are healthy and traceable. Operators and suppliers of plants in GB will be familiar with the rules surrounding the movement of plants which includes all plants for planting, some seeds and seed potatoes. The HTA have launched a brand-new learning module, developed and funded by Defra and created by CPL Learning to help operators comply with the plant passport system.
From 1st October 2021, Natasha’s Law will come into effect. In this article, we explore how the law will impact businesses and what you need to know to prepare.
Whether it’s serving the local community or preparing for an increase in domestic tourism, forecourt retailers will play an important part in serving British shoppers in 2021. Adapting and planning are key in an operator’s ability to capitalise on the opportunities presented to them, and training plays a huge role here. Let’s look at some of the ways training will help you in 2021.
The last year has been undoubtedly challenging for the hospitality sector. Here at CPL Learning, we’ve tried to help support those affected team members and businesses by providing free learning and development resources throughout the year and by continually looking for new ways to help. Find out how we’re backing the fantastic work of Hospitality Action in their efforts to support the sector.
Early into the last lockdown CGA and CPL Learning formed the Hospitality Professionals survey to gather vital frontline perspectives from those working within the industry. The latest pulse survey reveals that three quarters of hospitality team members are concerned about their job security as the sector heads into a second national lockdown in England.