Take learning even further

What can my students do after taking part in the Taste for Work Challenges?
After your students have completed a Taste for Work challenge in the classroom, don’t forget to send them home with the take-home challenges to help further their skills development. If you have older students that may be looking to experience work for the first time, why not help them consider an apprenticeship?

With an apprenticeship, young people can gain practical work experience, build knowledge and confidence, develop key work skills and learn as they earn.

McDonald’s Apprenticeship Programme
Since 2006 McDonald’s has supported almost 20,000 people to complete an apprenticeship, helping them to access opportunities, further their experience, and work towards a nationally recognised qualification.

We provide every apprentice with the support of a dedicated mentor and expert trainers and our apprentices have the potential to complete a Level 6 Degree programme.

With an apprenticeship available for every role in our restaurants, we provide young people with an opportunity to learn about the hospitality industry from one of the most successful companies in the world.

In just two and a half years, I’ve progressed from Trainee to Crew Trainer and developed my knowledge by completing a Hospitality Apprenticeship.’ – Tom, Crew Trainer

Discover More About Apprenticeships at McDonald’s here.

Or look at wider apprenticeship schemes on the government website here.


Apprenticeship opportunities

Are your students looking for their next challenge? Find out more about apprenticeships at McDonald’s to share with your students.