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Consistent training is key

08 December 2022

CONSISTENT TRAINING across your workforce is key according to Nicola Bellamy, technical service manager, from Kersia UK.

She says, “Continually training teams means they increase, modify and develop knowledge, skills and attitude which benefits the business they work for. Within the food processing and food service sectors the learning and development of all employees ensures that teams are enhancing food safety through knowledge management. 

“Existing members of staff and new starters should be trained in key areas of the business and it should take place on a regular basis. Kersia UK’s training focus is to supply a range of courses that benefit, primarily, the roles of hygiene and technical teams directly involved in the operation, monitoring, control and management of hygiene on their sites. They include, virtual sessions, eLearning and, where appropriate, face to face. The beauty of ELearning, is that it allows the learner to access the training materials they need, at a time and place that is convenient to them. The web resource is an ‘always on’ service, which means that learners can go at their own pace and the time in a classroom is minimised. Virtual learning also means minimal disruption as the sessions are help via Microsoft Teams so staff can still be on site and not out of the business. Courses range from Level 2 Listeria Awareness, Level 3 COSHH to Level 4 Cleaning In Place. The training provided, where appropriate, is HABC (Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance) accredited. 

“The training provision has been developed over a number of years and we have continued to grow our training portfolio and see its associated impact on the number of companies and individuals we have trained. The courses are developed and delivered by Kersia UK’s experienced training team consisting of Technical Directors and Technical Service and Training Managers.”