MP visits top Somerset College chef

Somerset County Gazette: Gemma Staple in the kitchens at the Castle Hotel with head chef Liam Finnigan, MP Jeremy Browne and a Somerset College representative. Gemma Staple in the kitchens at the Castle Hotel with head chef Liam Finnigan, MP Jeremy Browne and a Somerset College representative.

BUDDING chef Gemma Staple got a surprise visit from Taunton Deane MP Jeremy Browne as part of National Apprenticeship Week.

Gemma, Somerset College apprentice, is working in the kitchens at Castle Hotel in Taunton.

Mr Browne said: “Apprenticeships are an ideal way for young people to learn about a profession and establish themselves in the workplace.

“Gemma has clearly found her vocation in life and it was great to see such a successful example of an apprenticeship scheme working out for a young person.”

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6:24am Thu 13 Mar 14

marjorey says...

Visits from prominent persons can inspire students to have something to look forward to after college.

"Apprenticeships are an ideal way for young people to learn about a profession and establish themselves in the workplace." - this is absolutely true. Connections- personal and professional, can be effectively established.

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Visits from prominent persons can inspire students to have something to look forward to after college. "Apprenticeships are an ideal way for young people to learn about a profession and establish themselves in the workplace." - this is absolutely true. Connections- personal and professional, can be effectively established. -Marl of Admission-service.co m marjorey
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