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HIT Scotland Teams Up With Scottish Licensed Trade For 2016 Scholarships

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HIT Scotland Teams Up With Scottish Licensed Trade For 2016 Scholarships

November 23
12:49 2015

A hospitality charity has teamed up with representatives of the Scottish licensed trade to offer once-in-a-lifetime training experiences for scholars hoping to work in the sector.

The Hospitality Industry Trust (HIT) Scotland is working in collaboration with the Benevolent Society of the Licensed Trade of Scotland (The BEN) and the Scottish Licensed Trade Association (SLTA) to support the development of the licensed trade.

Providing scholars with the opportunity to learn about the variety and composition of cocktails from some of London’s leading experts, the scholarships will help with development of cocktail lists while broadening their understanding of equipment and suppliers.

David Cochrane lowresHIT Scotland Chief Executive, David Cochrane (pictured left), said: ‘We know what a difference our training opportunities and experiences provide scholars and the wider industry, and I’m proud to be part of a sector which contributes so much to Scotland.

‘I know that these scholarships will help to shape the future of the Scottish hospitality and licensed trade industry.’

Established in 1994, HIT Scotland works to inspire and support the hospitality industry by funding exceptional training experiences for individuals working in the sector. In this time, HIT Scotland has awarded over 1,000 emerging talent scholarships and 10,000 bursaries.

The 2016 HIT Scotland Emerging Talent Conference takes place on 4th February at the Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow. To book tickets, visit

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