Fifteen London - Apprentice Programme - why support Fifteen

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  • HOW MUCH? It costs a lot to train each apprentice. But its worth it. Not only to the apprentices, not only to the hospitality industry but to society as a whole.

    In 2011 Fifteen released an independent Social Return on Investment (SROI) report. Its a way of quantifying, in monetary terms, the amount of social value that is generated by Fifteens Apprentice Programme, in an average year. The report found that:

    For every 1 invested in Fifteen, 9.50 of social value is generated. The majority of benefit comes from getting young people into work. Other benefits include:

    Improved social and financial skills Reduced risk of homelessness and offending

    Reduced intergenerational poverty and improved social mobility

    Improved diet and long-term health

    BUT it still costs 30,000 to train each apprentice...

  • ...and Heres HOW it all adds Up!

    Marketing: Kept to the

    minimum but still necessary.

    Welfare fund: For any of those unexpected emergencies

    such as dental work,

    housing repairs or

    specialist support.

    The list is endless.

    Recruitment and selection: Potential apprentices hear about the programme via open days, word of mouth and newspaper features. In addition, Fifteen works with a broad range of referral agencies and like-minded organisations to maximise the pool of applicants.

    Tools of the trade:The necessary tools for any budding chef: uniforms, equipment, textbooks, knives, shoes and learning materials. Apprent

    ices

    training and travel:

    Apprentices get an

    allowance of 120

    per week plus an

    Oyster card to cover

    their travel costs.

    Graduate Programme: Helps graduates maintain their momentum, pursue their ambitions, find work and succeed. The door is always open to a Fifteen graduatetheyre part of the family.

    Sourcing trips: Putting field to fork

    knowledge into practice.

    Most of the apprentices

    learn by getting stuck in.

    They go to see where the

    produce is grown, where

    the animals are reared

    and where the cheese

    maturesto name but a

    few. This is about making

    the food connection.

    Personal Development

    Programme: From

    individual support to

    residential adventure

    trips, masterclasses,

    cooking competitions

    and fundraising events.

    Fifteens Apprentice Programme, part of the Jamie Oliver Foundation, registered charity number 1094536 15 Westland Place, London N1 7LP | T: +44 (0)20 3375 5502 | W: www.jamieoliver.com/foundation

    Staffing, premises, administration and IT: All the costs that come with a London-based office: rent, facilities, services and so on.