Improve is the industry’s link between employers and government on skills – articulating and championing the sector’s needs to government, business and skills stakeholders.

Skills Council Improve prompts collaborative Welsh Dairy Industry action on skills

Key representatives of the Dairy Industry in Wales have held the first meeting of a new business-led group aiming to take collaborative action to drive up dairy workforce skills across the country.

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Wednesday, Jan 28, 2015 - 01:14

Academy launches upgrade plan on food safety training in Wales

The National Skills Academy for Food & Drink has launched a special online survey to determine how well current food safety training in the UK is meeting business needs.

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Friday, Nov 21, 2014 - 09:14

Food & Drink Skills Academy to Boost Industry Career Opportunities for Women in Wales

The National Skill Academy for Food & Drink has launched a UK-wide drive to propel women up the industry career ladder.

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Tuesday, Oct 14, 2014 - 11:00

Welsh Government Food Industry Action Plan 2014 – 2020, Now Recruiting Board Members

Earlier this year, Robin Jones (MD of the Village Bakery) was announced as the first Chairperson of the new Food and Drink Wales Industry Board. The Board’s task is to take forward the Action Plan for the country’s Food Industry – an Action Plan that many Welsh Food & Drink businesses helped shape through industry collaboration and feedback to Welsh Government.

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Friday, Oct 03, 2014 - 06:55

Bakery boss takes on key Welsh food & drink industry role

Robin Jones, managing director of Wrexham-based family bakers The Village Bakery, has been announced as interim Chair of the new Food and Drink Wales Industry Board.

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Thursday, Aug 21, 2014 - 07:04

Improve welcomes Welsh Government support for food industry

Justine Fosh, Chief Executive of food and drink manufacturing skill council Improve, has welcomed a new action plan for the sector in Wales launched this week by Welsh Food Minister Alun Davies.

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Monday, Jun 16, 2014 - 07:05

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