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10/10/2012

New Training Academy opens

New Training Academy opens

Mitchells & Butlers has opened a state of the art in-house Training Academy at their Retail Support Centre in Birmingham.

The Academy will be used by Mitchells & Butlers 38,000 central support and retail employees for inductions, learning and development programmes, and can accommodate road shows, workshops and forums for up to 250 people. The facility includes a training bar, uses the latest IT technology, as well as utilising some of the energy saving practices found in Mitchells & Butlers' businesses such as LED lighting.

The Academy highlights the essential role that learning and development plays within Mitchells & Butlers to develop high performing teams and the best leaders in the industry.

Kadisha Lewis, Director of Talent Development at Mitchells & Butlers, said: "Developing our people is absolutely critical to our success and the launch of the Training Academy underpins our commitment to be one of the best companies to work for where our employees feel that they are continually learning."

The opening of a dedicated Training Academy reinforces Mitchells & Butlers' number one priority to focus on their people and their guests; creating an organisation which engages and empowers people to deliver outstanding service across its 1,600 restaurants and pubs.

Saudagar Singh, Group HR Director, Mitchells & Butlers comments: "Our new training Academy is an exciting development providing additional facilities to further up-skill and develop our people. Ultimately, it will play a central role in ensuring that our guests have a fantastic experience in our businesses."

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