Apprenticeship training providers need comprehensive, measurable food industry apprenticeships that deliver real results for employers. ftc design them
Thanks to ftc’s advice about funding for apprenticeships we now have five new starters and they are already a real asset to our business
We’re honoured that Government chose our Butchery Trailblazer Apprenticeship to feature in their 20/20 Vision document
Building a world class food industry here in the UK by improving the skills of all those engaged in it
ftc's expertise in food training helped transform the Butchery Apprenticeship from an idea to reality
If you’re looking for expert advice on food industry training and skills development you’ve come to the right place. We’re a one-stop shop for information about food apprenticeships and training, food qualifications and training providers. As a charitable organisation our motivation is people, not profit. That being said we believe driving up skills can drive up profits too – so it’s a win-win situation. Our aims quite simply are to:
Since 2014 there have been far-reaching changes to apprenticeships, most notably being the introduction of new Government reformed Trailblazer Apprenticeships. The new apprenticeships put employers in the driving seat to help develop training programmes that are tailored to the needs of the job. But knowing what you need is one thing. Developing a government approved apprenticeship is quite another. That’s where ftc come in. Our team are all food industry or vocational training specialists, so you can count on us for advice grounded in real experience. That experience helps us get the job done. We work with employer groups and the Department for Education to design and develop Trailblazer Apprenticeships, often in record time. Our Butchery Apprenticeship was the first apprenticeship in a food craft occupation to receive government approval. We’re also proud to have delivered the Advanced Butchery Apprenticeship in less than three months from first submission to final approval.
To find out how food skills training and apprenticeships can help your employees help your business to grow why not get in touch?