What Is An Apprenticeship?
An Apprenticeship is work based training that can be used to upskill current staff or develop the skills of new recruits, enabling them to earn while they learn, gaining essential skills and achieving a nationally recognised qualification.
The Food Industry Skills qualifications are aimed at food manufacturing businesses and are designed to develop good food manufacturing knowledge, skills and processes within production and supply chain teams.
These Apprenticeships can relate to any type of food and drink manufacturing or supply chain business, but is most suitable for automated and semi-automated processing operations.
What Work Will The Apprentice Be Expected To Do?
The units and activities are selected to support an individual’s role, responsibilities and development needs whilst maintaining the integrity of the qualification criteria.
This can provide them with the ability to identify potential improvement opportunities and support your current business objectives, like waste reduction. The training can focus on food handlers and support functions, supervisors and team leaders, and production management.
We specialise in both high and low care production environments with a broad range of practical and knowledge disciplines including:
- Health and Safety
- Food Safety
- Process Control (waste reduction)
- Problem Solving
How Can Remit Food Help You?
Our team of Trainers, Assessors and Food Manufacturing sector specialists can help and advise you on the most suitable training programme to support your current and future business objectives.