Fight the recruitment challenge with a Passport donation
Encouraging new people into our industry requires collective effort. Now you can be part of the solution by enabling the NSAFD to provide free study to those in circumstances where they need a helping hand.
For every £75 Passport study licence you donate, the NSAFD will double the impact by providing free training to a second job hunter. Doubling your community impact and potential recruitment pool.
With your involvement, the National Skills Academy for Food & Drink wants to attract a wider range of people into Food & Drink Manufacturing via the Passport. From career changers, school leavers and former-care givers to older workers, job hunters unsupported by employment organisations and people aided by charities unable to stretch funds into employability support.
Find out more about how Passport donations can be integrated into your recruitment outreach and corporate social responsibility activities.
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Get free food & drink careers passport study
The package of simple, step-by-step courses usually costs £75 and takes up to 8 hours to complete. You can study at your own pace over several short sessions and dip in and out whenever you wish.
Once successfully completed, you’ll be officially recognised as a Passport holder on the National Skills Academy for Food & Drink national database and able to benefit from preferential job consideration from leading Food & Drink Manufacturing businesses across the UK.
The Passport is a great addition to your CV. Why? Because it proves you’ve got all the basic workplace knowledge employers want in Food Safety, Food Handing, Health & Safety and Allergen Awareness.
Thanks to study licence donations by leading employers, we’re now able to offer free pre-paid Passport study to individuals facing financial challenge as well as relevant charities, voluntary bodies, educational institutions and other not-for-profit, employability organisations helping people who are struggling to find work through conventional routes.
To apply, either as an individual for a single licence or as a support organisation for multiple licences, please send us a short email, up to 200 words, outlining your circumstances and how you would benefit. We’ll then contact you.