Welbilt launches training sessions for staff and key partners

02 January 2020 by
Welbilt launches training sessions for staff and key partners

Commercial catering equipment manufacturer and supplier Welbilt have released details of a series of food safety and professional barista skills training sessions for its staff and key dealer/distributor partners.

Having invested in the company's culinary team, training individuals up to Level 4 Food Safety and Hygiene Management, Welbilt now has the official capability to teach others up to Level 3, under the accredited Chartered Institute of Environmental Health guidelines.

Demonstrating best practice, the first cohort to undertake the ‘Introductory Food Safety' Qualification was a selection of Welbilt's internal staff, but in 2020, this will be rolled out to selected dealer and distributor partners.

Welbilt has also invested in Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) professional barista training for staff following the integration of the Crem portfolio earlier this year, allowing the team to showcase the capabilities of the equipment range.

Welbilt will host two food and hygiene training sessions for UK dealers in February 2020 from both the Guilford and Sheffield development kitchens.

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