Search our Colleges, Universities and Training Providers from across the UK to see the Food & Drink training courses they offer.
Birmingham Metropolitan College (BMet) is a leading provider of further and higher education courses across the Midlands. Our engineering and manufacturing courses are delivered from our James Watt College in Great Barr, Birmingham, Stourbridge College and Kidderminster Academy. These locations are home to state of the art engineering and workshop suites that include the latest CNC manual and machine tools. Courses are from entry to degree level and are delivered on a full and part-time basis or as part of an Apprenticeship.
Cambrian Training Company is one of the leading Providers of training, apprenticeships and support to Hospitality & Professional Cookery, Butchery, Food & Drink Manufacturing, Customer Service & Retail Skills, Business Administration, Team Leading, Management, Financial Planning Services, Sustainable Resource Management, Fencing, Children's Care, Learning & Development, Health & Social Care sectors throughout Wales.
Located in a vibrant European capital city, Cardiff Metropolitan University is a thriving and modern university. Integral to the city of Cardiff for more than 150 years, we continue to invest in our students’ future with a focus on student employability and enhancing the student experience; providing education and training opportunities of the highest quality to students from over 140 countries worldwide.
Coleg Cambria is one of the highest performing colleges in Wales, rated Excellent by Estyn.
Across its six sites in North East Wales, Coleg Cambria offers a huge range of full-time and part-time courses including A Levels, GCSEs, BTECs, Welsh for Adults and Higher Education. Working in partnership with over 1,000 employers, the college also offers vast apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities with strong links to local employment.
The National Centre for Food Manufacturing (NCFM) is an internationally recognised provider of education, research and technical business support for the food industry. Strategically situated in south Lincolnshire, NCFM serves the UK’s largest concentration of food manufacturing businesses.
Food and drink is the largest manufacturing sector in the UK. Already responsible for 18% of the country's total output by value, the industry has been tasked by government and the Food and Drink Federation with achieving 20% growth in productivity by 2020.
North West Training Council (NWTC) was founded in 1963 by local industrialists, a partnership with industry that has continued to be central to the accomplishments of the Organisation and a key strength. Today NWTC currently has 373 engineering apprentices employed in 178 member companies.