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TRAINING-Skills For Food Programme

by Ionela Flood

Dragii mei ,

Romanii atrasi de piata muncii in Marea Britanie nu au prea mult de ales intre agricultura si industria alimentara ca posibilitati de angajare. Lasind deoparte statutul de student si cel de self employed acesta situatie restrictiva se va mentine pina in 2009 potrivit declaratiilor autoritatilor britanice.

De aceea va rog sa va concentrati atentia asupra unui program derulat de catre HFVDA , unul dintre partenerii vechi ai Societatii Romanca.
Programul Skill for Food va rula pentru urmatorii 3 ani , este gratuit (desi pe piata cursurilor este cotat la aproximativ £3000 ) si urmareste calificarea in meserii practicate in industria alimentara.

Inscrierile la curs au loc lunar, constind in 2 zile de training intens , la finalul carora puteti obtine certificatul de calificare in industri alimentara , cu posibilitati de angajare imediata. Criteriile de acces au in vedere persoanele neangajate dar in cautare a unui loc de munca si evident persoane eligibile de a munci in Marea Britanie.
Daca sunteti interesati va rog cititi anuntul de mai jos si contactati 020 8741 9876.

Bafta ,

Ionela Flood
Romanca Society

Dear colleagues,
Those Romanian attracted by the workplace in UK do not have a great range of options, except agricultural and food industry. Not mentioning the student and self-employed status, this restrictive situation would be maintained till 2009 according to the British authorities.

This is why I am urging you to focus your attention upon a program provided by HFVDA, one of Romanca Society partners. The Program “Skill for Food” will develop over the next 3 years, it is free (although its price is estimated at £3000.00) and it offers qualifications in job in food industry.

The enrolment takes place monthly, with an intensive 2 day training. You will obtain the certificate in food industry with the possibility of finding a job immediately. The entry requirements are:
– if you are unemployed and looking actively for a job
– if you are eligible to work in UK

If you are interested, please read the below announcement and contact 020 8741 9876.

Good luck,

Ionela Flood
Romanca Society


Love Food?

Your career in one of UK’s largest industries begins with the Skills For Food Programme
Skills for Food is a FREE programme for people looking for work in catering, food manufacturing, food retail, hotels or restaurants. It combines pre-employment courses and work experience that will improve your chances of getting a job. Travel and childcare costs can also be covered whilst you are participating in the programme.
Information – We can give you practical information to help you back into work, such as tax credits finances, childcare etc. We can also put you in touch with partner organisations that can provide you with specialist help such as setting up your own business.

Initial Skills Assessment – To help identify your strengths and weaknesses and if additional help will be needed leading to your own learning action plan
Employment Support – Confidence building, communication skills, CV production, job search and interview skills
Accredited Training – Royal Society for the Promotion of Health
Fundamentals of Food Hygiene Certificate
Customer Service Training – A half-day workshop giving you practical advice on providing excellent standards of service
Voluntary work experience – A chance to try out your career

You can join the programme if you are:
• A resident in the following areas:
• Hammersmith & Fulham,
• Shepherds Bush,
• Ealing,
• Brent,
• Hounslow,
• Hillingdon
• Are out of the job market and actively considering returning to work
• Eligible to work in the UK

What Now?
Call 020 8741 9876 or email skills4food@hfvc.org.uk to speak to one of our friendly advisors.

Please contact us if you need more information in Romanian language:

Romanca Society in behalf of HFVDA.

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