Remit Group are delighted to announce their accreditation as an Industry Approved Provider of training to the food and drink manufacturing industry.

As part of a fantastic scheme set up by the National Skills Academy for Food and Drink (NSAFD) we will proudly be displaying a plaque confirming our position as an approved provider. The NSAFD reviews the quality and expertise of training providers and endorses them on behalf of food and drink manufacturers- so here at Remit we are delighted to receive this endorsement.

As a national training provider that has worked in the food and drink sector for many years we currently provide training to hundreds of learners across the country across a range of programmes including:

  • Food & Drink Process Operator Level 2
  • Food & Drink Advanced Process Operator Level 3
  • Team Leader/Supervisor Level 3
  • Operations/Departmental Manager Level 5.

Working with brands like Thanet Earth, New Ivory and Samworth Brothers, we provide training to both new and existing employees.  We love helping our employer partners to attract the brightest people into their business, develop their existing colleagues with exciting career pathways- making sure all this great talent is retained.

It’s not just about the attraction and retention of talent, our programmes are designed to improve operational performance and encourage the adoption of new working practices and ideas.  For example, LEAN principles are embedded in our food and drink operator programmes, which when put into practice are saving businesses tens of thousands of pounds.

Diane Herft of Remit Food, said: “We’re delighted to have this plaque proudly placed on our wall at Remit, we have been working in this industry for many years now, and the impact these qualifications are having, not just on the individual themselves, but the business they’re working in, has been phenomenal.

“The Apprenticeship Levy has afforded many of our clients the opportunity to significantly enhance the training opportunities they make available to their workforce, in turn building and driving forward their business. I would encourage any businesses in the food manufacturing industry to get in touch to find out what a difference it could make.”

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