Kersia UK Hosts ‘Feeding Our Future’ Webinar
Kersia UK in conjunction with Nottingham Trent University and National Skills Academy for Food & Drink, is hosting a webinar entitled, ‘Feeding Our Future’, on 18th November at 11.00am. It is designed to raise awareness of the government backed initiatives available within the industry that aim to assist food and drink business with recruitment at grass roots and to recognise and develop talent within the existing workforce.
It is widely recognised that the food and drink industry is currently experiencing numerous challenges. With the ongoing effects of BREXIT, COVID 19 and the current predicted economic downtown, there is a realisation that recruitment, employment and learning and development is proving a challenge for most businesses, not least Food & Drink manufacturers.
This webinar will last just over one hour and if you are unable to attend the live event, a recording will be available for you to watch at a time suitable to yourself.
‘Feeding Our Future’
Friday 18th November 2022 11:00-12:30
Facilitator – Nicola Bellamy, Technical Service Manager, Kersia UK
Louise Cairns – CEO, National Skills Academy for Food & Drink
'Apprenticeships – Recruitment, Development and Funding'
Julia Davies – Head of Apprenticeships – Nottingham Trent University
'Food Industry Apprenticeship Standards – Level 3 Food Technologist, Level 4 Hygiene Specialist, Level 6 Food Industry Technology Professional'
Student – 'Testimonial from real life experience of completing an apprenticeship'
Amy Crooks – Head of Marketing and Insights, National Skills Academy for Food & Drink
'Food & Drink Careers Passport initiative – How to get involved and how it can benefit your business'
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