CESA training initiative gets new recruits off to ‘great start’

Steve Loughton with trainees
15/04/2019 - 08:29
CESA’s latest training programme, the Principles of Food Service (PFS), has got new recruits off to a ‘great start’.

Designed to help tackle the skills shortage and the need to recruit young blood to the foodservice industry, it has already been used by Lincat Catering Equipment and Target Catering Equipment.  

“PFS helps new recruits get off to a great start,” said Charlotte Pedrette, general manager of Target.

CESA consultant Steve Loughton delivered the PFS course at both Target and Lincat.  He said: “Forward thinking companies that embrace the ethos of training and development will be the winners now and in the future.  PFS helps recruitment, by demonstrating a commitment to personal development, and gives a basic grounding that helps newcomers quickly make an impact.”

PFS is a nine-module course that takes two to three hours to complete.  It gives newcomers to the foodservice industry a basic grounding in key areas such as food storage, food hygiene and commercial kitchen equipment.  The course can be delivered by anyone accredited with CFSP (Certified Food Service Professional).   

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