is at a pivotal point in its evolution as an Awarding Organisation with exciting and somewhat revolutionary new qualifications going to market," says Amanda.
Kensey employees Nick Toulson (Shift Manager - nights) and Martin Robinson (Team Leader) were presented with their awards by Amanda Clark, Development Director FDQ
and Derek Williams, Development Director Improve.
on tel 01908 231062 or visit www.fdq.org.uk
The certificates were presented by FDQ
, the awarding body for MTC.
SHARON DUNN is the latest recruit to join Food and Drink Qualifications (FDQ) 01908 231062 a subsidiary company of the Meat Training Council (MTC).
"My interests lie in the development of further education and I'm looking forward to working with FDQ in the development of qualifications in the food industry." MTC Chairman Bill Jermey added: "FDQ is rapidly expanding its portfolio of training qualifications and Sharon is joining at an exciting time.
Food and Drink Qualifications (FDQ) is pleased to announce the addition of a new Poultry Meat Inspection Award (PIA) to its portfolio.
FDQ awarding body director Angola Long said: "FDQ is delighted to add this qualification to its armoury.
The Level Two Poultry Inspection Award and new-style Food Safety Award are available through a number of Awarding Organisations, including the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH), the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH), and Food and Drink Qualifications (FDQ
INDUSTRY MEAT training specialist Ian Sugarman has been snapped up by the Food and Drink Qualifications Awarding Body (FDQ) 01908 231063 a subsidiary company of the Meat Training Council.
Ian said: "It is an exciting time for FDQ as it expands its awards across the whole food and drink industry and I look forward to helping it achieve its objective of increasing the market share for the take-up of Food Manufacture S/NVQs over the next three years."