Traineeships can provide the perfect opportunity to prepare 16-24 year olds for work or further study.
ftc Group Operations Director
In summary, these individualised programmes of study are short sharp injections of skills development and training which were introduced in this country in September 2013.
Providers and employers can use the traineeship programmes to bring a range of elements, including qualifications together to support individual progression into the world of work or further work-focused training.
Food traineeships are composed of:
Traineeships will last a maximum of six months and offer a guaranteed interview with the work placement host at the end of the placement.
FDQ has designed food and drink traineeships to support the development and recognition of learners in their work preparation and training.
These food traineeship qualifications make available skills and knowledge units of assessment from essential areas including Employability, Enterprise and Food Skills and Knowledge.
The target group for traineeships is 16 - 24 year olds who:
Should you wish to talk to FDQ about the FDQ food traineeships, please call us today.
Trained and assessed in a learning or college environment, these qualifications are also known as vocationally-related qualifications (VRQs).
They are designed to support progression to the next level of learning.
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