With an excellent reputation in teaching Travel & Tourism courses with great facilities and an impressive alumni list, Cornwall College has attracted one of the most highly regarded independent tour operators in the UK to team up with them, giving their students access to guaranteed vacancies in this exciting and rewarding industry.
Mark Warner has over forty years’ experience, specialising in both ski and beach holidays across Europe and has grown to become a leading independent travel company, winning numerous accolades including; Best Family Tour Operator, Best Activity & Adventure Operator, Best All Inclusive Operator and Best Ski Operator.
As a market leader for family holidays, Mark Warner employ over 1500 staff in their overseas resorts, looking after 50,000 clients from beach holidays in Greece, to ski holidays in France.
Resorts Recruiter for Mark Warner, Andrew Savage said, “After meeting the staff, touring the teaching facilities and hearing about the ethos of getting students employment ready, I was so impressed that I knew we had to work with Cornwall College. We are always looking for talented people to join our award winning team and I am very happy to offer their students a dedicated interview day regarding our vacancies and excellent career opportunities.”
Although based in London, the tour operator has agreed to conduct recruitment and interview days locally and will also be carrying out presentations attending the college’s industry week, where students from all courses can learn more about travel and tourism careers.
Team Lead, Travel & Tourism, Cornwall College Camborne, Suzette Sadler said, “We are delighted to be working with such a progressive and customer focused company. Mark Warner has lots to offer our students, including the possibility of paid employment over the Easter period, in one of their excellent ski resorts with flights, accommodation and meals all included, subject to successfully passing an interview with their recruitment team. This gives our students a fantastic opportunity to help boost their careers and chance to experience what it’s like working in some of the most famous ski resorts in the world.”
Although the partnership is primarily aimed at students studying travel and tourism all future vacancies will be open to other students at the college. Students studying complimentary courses like childcare and catering are especially welcome to apply, opening up the job opportunities to as many students as possible.
Suzette Sadler added, “A lot of what we teach is about customer care and how to offer outstanding customer service, something that mirrors the Mark Warner ethos and so I think our students will fit in really well, helping them to develop as individuals, gain real work experience and enhance their skills knowledge to make them a must have employee.”