McDonald's staff get hospitality awards

By Esther Hayden

Published 17/11/2015 | 00:00

Kamila Anna Morawska, Monika Karpiene and Paula Currid, together with Alison Hodgson, HR Director, McDonald's Ireland; Adrian Crean, MD, McDonald's Ireland and Adrian O'Looney, City & Guilds.
Kamila Anna Morawska, Monika Karpiene and Paula Currid, together with Alison Hodgson, HR Director, McDonald's Ireland; Adrian Crean, MD, McDonald's Ireland and Adrian O'Looney, City & Guilds.

Three employees from McDonald's Wexford have been awarded City & Guilds qualifications.

The employees Kamila Anna Morawska, Monika Karpiene and Paula Currid, were amongst over 260 McDonald's staff members to receive qualifications at the ceremony which took place at the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin.

Forty nine McDonald's restaurants from across Ireland saw employees receive City & Guilds internationally recognised qualifications in Hospitality Services and Customer Care, which were completed as part of workplace training.

McDonald's currently has over 1,036 staff members who have had their workplace training certified by City & Guilds, which is equivalent to a level 4 qualification on the National Framework of Qualifications. McDonald's, which is renowned for its commitment to providing further education and skills development to its crew, has been working in partnership with City & Guilds.

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