This Industry Approved Apprenticeship Programme is designed to help those transitioning to, or entering a more automated production environment. It provides the essentials for the development of greater
autonomy and responsibility both technically and as key team members.
This Industry Approved Apprenticeship Programme is a unique programme integrating both core engineering with food to develop the kind of maintenance engineer that has not been available previously. Engineers are truly multi-skilled with both electrical and mechanical knowledge and skills.Learn more
This Industry Approved Apprenticeship Programme will provide Process Operators with a wider understanding of their roles and the context in which they work as well as supporting the development of core capability. Communication is a key aspect developed through this programme to enable operators to contribute to improvement activity.Learn more
This Industry Approved Apprenticeship Programme (IAAP) will help food businesses fill a core gap in
terms of quality and product development roles. It provides the essential scientific knowledge to underpin activity as well as developing the practical industry relevant processes.
This course will enable you to understand, and demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to carry out inspection and testing in accordance with the requirements of Part 6 of BS7671.
The training course is broken down into classroom and practical demonstration sessions. It will allow attendees to issue periodic and new installation test certificates. Previous electrical practical experience is strongly recommended prior to attending this course.
To assist delegates in gaining an understanding of the theory and practice related to carrying out inspection and testing of electrical installations and in particular provides foundation knowledge prior to attending a Part P course. The course would also be suitable for those who would benefit from the opportunity to gain an awareness of practical inspection and testing procedures before attending a City & Guilds 2394 course.Learn more
The course is designed to help delegates understand the principles of ‘good sensory practice’ including the importance of being objective, selection and training of taste panellists and includes a review of sensory methodologies to aid attendees in selecting the most appropriate method to use in their workplace.Learn more