Our Level 2 Apprenticeships and Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeships give individuals the chance to gain accredited industry relevant qualifications to enhance their career prospects within the food and drink industry. Our programmes have been carefully designed to develop core skills, knowledge, and behaviors linked to a range of job roles.
Upon completion individuals will be able to progress to the next level of apprenticeship, with higher-level opportunities available for a variety of roles including roles such as Technical Management, Quality Management, Process Development or New Product Development, Production Management, Supply Chain Management and many more.
In such a fast-moving industry there are many opportunities for career progression, while at the same time there is also a real need for employees to be qualified in key food and drink specialisms. Apprenticeships are structured, quality-assured education, delivered alongside practical on-the-job learning that benefits both the employer and the employee.Some apprentices are recruited to work in entry level roles within a business with or without formal qualifications, whilst others are more experienced staff who are looking to progress their careers.
A team leader or supervisor is a first line management role, with operational/project responsibilities or responsibility for managing a team to deliver a clearly defined outcome. They provide direction, instructions, and guidance to ensure the achievement of set goals.Find out More
Process Operators work in the manufacturing sector of the food and drink industry. They may be employed in a company that specialises one type of product, such as ready meals, soft drinks, or confectionery, or in a company that makes a wide range of different products.Find out More