Butchery is one of the oldest crafts in the world and is where innovation meets tradition to create an industry which plays a critical role in our economy.
These apprenticeship standards have been designed to fully prepare English apprentices for careers in a vast range of butchery environments and businesses; from the largest processors and supermarkets to the smallest high street butchers and independent farm shops.
Bakers work in one of the largest, most dynamic and fastest growing sectors of the food industry. Every day bakers make and sell millions of loaves of bread and baked foods such as cakes, pies, pastries and biscuits.
These apprenticeship standards are being developed to fully prepare English apprentices for careers in a range of bakery roles that are operational at level 2.
The Assessment Plan is still in development and is likely to be ready for provision in early 2017.
In the meantime apprentices should use the Food and Drink Apprenticeship Framework- Baking Industry Skills pathway.
The food industry is worth £96.1 billion to the UK economy, making it a fantastic place to build an exciting and diverse career. As an industry it is packed with big brands, fast moving work and great career paths.
These apprenticeship standards are being developed to fully prepare English apprentices to work within the industry. Apprentices successfully achieving their process operator apprenticeship will be equipped with the skills, knowledge and behaviour required by food manufacturers at either level 2 or 3.
The Assessment Plans are still in development and are likely to be published before September 2016.
In the meantime apprentices should use the Food and Drink Apprenticeship Framework- Food Industry Skills pathway.
The Fishmonger Apprenticeship Standard is shortly to be published. The Assessment Plan is currently in development and is likely to be ready for provision in September 2017.
In the meantime apprentices should use the Food and Drink Apprenticeship Framework- Fish and Shellfish Industry Skills pathway.
We are delighted to launch our End Point Assessment services to the industry.
Meatup, one of the biggest events in the meat industry calendar took place at Arena MK in Milton Keynes on 24-25 May. The two day event consisted of seminars, competitions and exhibitions, all of which demonstrated the dynamism of the meat industry today. Here we take a look at some of the highlights.Read more
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The first butchery trailblazer apprentices have sat their end point assessments. The three apprentices, Reece Nevard, Stephen Maltby and Curtis Brind each completed their end point assessments after twelve months of foundation and craft training in butchery.Read more