From a small café to a vast food processing plant, the right training helps to increase efficiency, improve staff retention and wellbeing, and improve overall output.
Operating in the food and drink sector is a demanding and ever-evolving task, with strict regulations and high customer demands. We’re here to provide the right training and certifications to put your workforce at the forefront of the industry.
We know that the right training programme can help transform the things you do. Whatever your requirements, we can provide the expertise, advice or consultancy to find the perfect solution; whether that’s a bundle of standard qualifications or an entirely bespoke suite of training courses to seamlessly fit your business needs.
Catering and Hospitality
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The ever-increasing issues surrounding food wastage are impacting sustainability in the food and drink industry. See Winnow's latest video from their #ForTheLoveOfFood campaign to see how they are making a difference.
Read our latest articles covering the most recent trends in the food and drink industry.
How the dairy industry is changing
We take a look at some of the key factors that are likely to drive change in the dairy industry over the next few years, from farmers to retailers.
Plastic Tax and the Food and Drink Industry
Not clear on the Chancellor’s new plastic tax? Find out what it could mean for the food and drinks industry here.
How millennials are putting ethical, sustainable food top of the industry agenda.
Businesses looking to appeal to millennials need to consider more than just their ingredients. They should be thinking seriously about the environmental impact of their products, their commitment to an ethical supply chain, and the sustainability of their packaging.
20% off Level 2 Food Safety and Hygiene
This food safety course allows every catering business, regardless of size, to provide all staff with first class training at a fraction of the cost and disruption of classroom based training.