Oct 31, 2012
The first four Ambassadors for UK food and drink manufacturing are preparing to raise the profile of careers in the industry in local schools after completing special presentation training with the National Skills Academy for Food & Drink.
Oct 24, 2012
Sheffield Hallam University, who are pioneering a new engineering degree dedicated to the needs of food manufacturing, has become an official member of The National Skills Academy for Food & Drink
Oct 18, 2012
NSAFD has named the first firms to step forward to support a ground-breaking new recruitment initiative designed to help food and drink manufacturing firms attract more local employees and get more young people into the industry.
Oct 11, 2012
The National Skills Academy for Food & Drink is to use its fifth annual conference in November to highlight job and career opportunities in food and drink manufacturing.
Oct 10, 2012
New government funding toward training designed to improve the career prospects of women employees is now available to food and drink manufacturing firms across the UK.
Oct 04, 2012
A new food engineering degree will play its part in tackling the severe shortage of UK engineering graduates according to food and drink industry bosses and the sector skills council
Sep 21, 2012
The National Skills Academy for Food & Drink, the dedicated nationwide training network for UK food and drink manufacturing, has helped the dairy industry secure over £2million of government training support.
Aug 01, 2012
Global enterprise transformation consultancy Total Flow is the latest leading training organisation to become members of the National Skills Academy for Food & Drink.
Jul 11, 2012
Network Training Services, a founder member of the consortium Vocational Skills Partnership (Wales) Ltd delivering work-based learning for the Welsh Government, is the latest training company to join the National Skills Academy for Food & Drink.
Jun 01, 2012
SA Partners, already working within the international food and drink sector in the UK, Ireland, China, the USA, South Africa, the Middle East and Australia, are the latest training service to join the National Skills Academy for Food and Drink