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On Track Training – Hospitality Training in the Highlands

We’re one of the biggest training providers in the Highlands and Islands and we offer training courses to help you make the most out of your career or business in hospitality.

Whether you’re a business owner, chef, bartender or wait staff we have a training qualification to suit you.

Skills Development Scotland is leading on this, so if you are a young person or returner, try their interactive career and training website at My World Of Work or see their full website at Skills Development Scotland.

Highland Council and ILA Scotland also offer training opportunities and funding grants.

What training do we do?

We deliver two main types of training – Business Training and Hospitality Training
Business Training covers courses such as the SVQs in Management – levels 3 and 4, and the Learning and Development SVQs at levels 3 and 4

In Hospitality, we offer the full range of SVQs for all staff – from chefs, to waiting staff, receptionists to housekeepers and porters.

There are three levels – Level 2 which is for floor staff, and Level 3 for supervisory staff, or those with more job role responsibility.   Level 4 Hospitality management is now available for more senior managers.

We also offer the National Progression Award in Enterprise and Employability, suitable for unemployed people looking to get back into work, or those wishing to improve their skills. This provides learners with the skills to find a job, a CV, interview practice, and some thought provoking ideas on self employment. Please ask for more details.

ILA funding is available for hospitality courses

What Makes us Special

Our staff know what they are talking about. Each has extensive experience in their training sector, as owners, managers and employees. They are approachable, knowledgeable and, above all flexible in their attitude. Our visits are timed to fit around your working patterns, not our own.

Also – many of our courses can be provided on a mobile basis. As we have customers throughout the Highlands, we find that taking courses to them is often easier than expecting them to come to us.

  • If you are interested in SVQs, please call or e mail Heather to discuss your requirements and funding availability.
  • For day courses, please phone or e mail first (see foot of page) to check there are spaces available on your chosen date.
  • Then you can book using our online payment facility or by downloading our printable booking form.
  • Please pay at booking, either online, or by cheque.
  • Course materials will then be posted out to you prior to the course, to enable you to do some reading in preparation.

Courses are subject to minimum numbers, and occasionally may be cancelled or postponed if this number is not reached in advance of the course. If this happens, we will offer an alternative date, or venue, or a full refund.

If you have six or more delegates for a course, we may be able to schedule a course at your place of work.