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Feeding Britain's Future 2014We're back

Feeding Britain’s Future is back for a third year with Skills for Work month in September 2014.  This year we're working with JobCentre Plus, charities, colleges and work service providers to match demand from young unemployed people with opportunities from employers. We'll be going into schools providing pupils with the skills to successfully apply for a job. To increase the initiative's reach there'll also be pilot workshops for people aged 25 and over. 

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Three month follow up survey results

Feeding Britain’s Future isn’t just about Skills for Work Month in September. Follow up surveys are distributed to participants at the 3 month and 6 month stage after attending a session to see how they are getting on in their search for work. Here we take a look at some...

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Five top tips for Feeding Britain's Future sessions

Need some ideas on what FBF sessions to run?

In 2013, almost 200 companies from across the food and consumer goods industry participated in FBF, running a range of workshops for young unemployed people in their local area. We've taken a look back at some of the sessions they ran and come up with our top 5 tips.

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Burton's Biscuit's training success

During Feeding Britain’s Future: Skills for Work Month in 2013 the food and consumer goods industry came together to offer thousands of young people access to pre-employment training across the UK....

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Young people trained

FBF videoIn September 2013, Britain's food and consumer goods industry opened its doors to provide pre-employment training for young people.

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Making a difference

Read feedback from some of the young  unemployed people that attended a Feeding Britain's Future workshop in September 2013.

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