From this Topic Page you should be able to access with just one
more click everything we have on this topic including webpages,
pdfs, video files etc. If you cannot find what you want then please
email email@example.com and explain clearly the information
Topic Page contains an Archive of News Stories.
that is less than 12 months old will usually be kept on the appropriate
News Section webpage - see the links to the left. News older than
2012 will be kept on their original old-style Academy pages.
webpage will be used to archive news from 2012 onwards, after
it is 12 months old.
New apprenticeship poster - see this
example. New entrant training programme at Blackpool and the
Fylde College - if you are interested then email the college - details
on this page.
Fish Friers Review October 2017 - apprenticeship
page - N Wales apprenticeship launch, Trailblazer progress,
Friers Review September 2015 - apprenticeship
page - trailblazer 2nd application, friers survey results, Northern
Ireland Apprenticeships launch, Papas take the plunge.
Hot Magazine - September 2015 - Apprenticeships at Fochaber's
fish and chips - NE Scotland.
- June - Apprenticeship
Page - reports from Moores Fish and Chips of Castle Douglas,
and Fochaber's experiences of fish frying apprenticeships in Scotland.
- May - Apprenticeship
Page - Fish frying apprenticeships London, Olley's Fish Experience
latest participant. New assessor joined UKRS Training. More apprenticeship
assessors needed - please contact Seafish. Scottish Seafood Training
Network is launched.
- March - Apprenticeship
page - Trailblazer Apprenticeships. Seafood Training Network
for Northern Ireland is launched
- January - Apprenticeship
and Training pages - Tavi Frier off to a good start with Tallow
Chandlers apprenticeship, Belfast Metropolitan College latest Apprenticeship
Provider to be recognised by Seafish. Still searching for more apprenticeship
assessors. Richard Wardell is new Training and Accreditation Manager
for the NFFF and Helen Brook takes over training role from Karen
Clark upon her departure from the NFFF.
- December - the Apprenticeship
page (p24) features information about the Seafood Training Networks
for Wales and Northern Ireland, plus Women&Work funding. . The
magazine also has an interesting article on training (p25) at the
Federation. The full magazine is available
- October -
page features launch of Tallow Chandlers Apprenticeship
for Fish Friers and a Call to Arms - apprenticeship assessors
Alison Mattravers of the Good Catch explains why Apprenticeships
are good for her business.
- September - Apprenticeship
to print out and put up in your shop, top
10 shortlist for young fish frier of the year, NFFF
training page, Shortlist for Independent
Takeaway Shop - top 60. And the full magazine is available
- July Issue -
magazine on the NFFF site, Apprenticeship
page covers Ipswich apprenticeship
event, new Welsh Training
Network, the latest apprenticeship provider - UKRS,
and trailblazer apprenticeships.
- May Issue -
Full magazine on the NFFF site, Apprenticeship
page covers the history and future of apprenticeships, and
the routes into an apprenticeship in fish frying.
- April issue -
Full magazine on the NFFF site, Apprenticeship
page covers FryIT 2014 exhibition, Apprenticeship Provider
Profiles - Duchy College,
Northern Ireland's Southern Regional
College and Polaris Learning
- February Issue - Full
magazine on the NFFF site , Training and Apprenticeship
Page - one man's view, NAS support for regional workshops,
changes to the Seafood Academy site.
in December 2013. The FFR issue mentions various apprenticeship
providers - contact details
are here. An employer incentive fund worth £1500 per new apprentice
is discussed. To download the information leaflet on this funding
pages of articles on apprenticeship take up are available
here. The full magazine is on the NFFF website - here.
friers continue to be enthusiastic adopters of the Level 2 and 3
fish and shellfish industry skills qualifications and apprenticeships.
In many ways they are leading the way for the rest of the fish and
shellfish industry to follow. One such leader is the Elite
Fish and Chip Company of Lincolnshire.
6 September 2013 - full magazine is
here. Apprenticeship page
are also available.
very soon - new customer service and at table/takeaway units for
the level 2 fish and shellfish apprenticeship programme in England,
Wales and Northern Ireland. Scotland already has these units.
5 August 2013 -content
re apprenticeships and full Review
new units for Level 2 apprenticeships for fish friers.
4 July 2013 - Full
(5mb) Publication or just the apprenticeship
and qualifications page
issue focuses on the new Level
3 fish and Shellfish Industry Skills qualification and asks
the question - will friers be as enthusiastic about it as the mongers
are? Hint - see next issue for the answer Yes!! We also promised
to provide you with links, so here they are:
Qualifications for Fish friers - try
of qualifications for fish friers - this
leaflet explains the situation outside of Scotland, while
one is for fish friers in Scotland.
- see some of the Centres we are working with to support apprenticeships,
VQs and professional qualifications.
of funding for 24+ learners - this has already been withdrawn,
ahead of schedule. But we are hopeful of accessing other funding
so please get in touch (Academy@seafish.co.uk). Under 25 funding
remains in place, as does funding for an intermediate apprenticeship
at any age.
3 May 2013 with the main qualification opportunities section
Details of the management Level qualification in Fish Frying is
a key topic in this report.
success is using Women and Work funding is here
and NFFF training courses are here.
2 April 2013 training school news is on pages 30
Workshops for Employers - 2014
and Work Funding
really old news try these "latest news" links:
- December 2013
much has happened regarding professional qualifications, apprenticeships
and the new level 3 IPQ and SVQs that we have set up three new
news Streams - for Fishmongers,
Fish Friers and from
to develop a level
3 SVQ in fish and shellfish begins this month. This new
SVQ will be the Scottish equivelent of the L3
FSIS qualification launched in June.
3 Fish and Shellfish Industry Skills Qualification launched.
First managers sign up for new qualification.
with Seafish and the Seafood Training Academy.
have found their apprentice.
and Lakes Colleges agree articles of association to run the
West Seafood Training Centre.
announce their search for a fishmongering apprentice. More
YouTube Channel launched with 100+ videos on all matters fish
and shellfish. Latest from Seafish
Employer Ownesership of Skills conference fails
to live up to expectations. House of Lords public debate on
Apprenticeships in Food and Drink exceeds expectations. Advanced
Fish Quality Assessment training course is NOT stopped by bad
weather, as fishmonger
battles snow to deliver fish for course.
Training Academy attends Annual Conference of National Skills
Academy for Food and Drink. New SSTA Newsletter
Seafood Academy holds its 2nd annual conference and open
day in Grimsby. Women and Work funding now secured for over
50 learners in the UK.
completes the development of a Level 3 framework in Fish and
Shellfish Industry Skills and hands over to Improve to complete
the process. Women and Work Funding secured for 20+ learners.
the first time, visitor numbers to the Seafood Academy website
exceed 12,000 per month, in fact they surged to almost 16,000
busy month with meetings in Edinburgh, York, Peterbrough and
Grimsby. The level 3 and SVQ developments take up much of our
time. We're developing and piloting a new training course in
Principles of Fishmonger Practice.
Seafood Training Association Newsletter - Summer
2012 See pages 5 and 6 for training information.
in fish and shellfish are proving very popular with seafood
employers - find out more
Level 3 framework and Scottish SVQ to be developed - Industry
meeting in Edinburgh 9th May 2012. If you would like to attend
then email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fish Quality Assessment training course at Campden BRI - booking
are being taken now. - find
out more here
year for Seafish onshore training courses - 2,321 qualifications
issued between January and December 2011.
end of March 2012 is the date at which Scottish funding for
seafood training programmes ends. Will your company have missed
out on low cost funding in a wide range of seafish approved
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Fish or shellfish, caught or farmed. Courses at Introductory
or Elementary Level (1 or 2)
Seafood HACCP courses.
REHIS / Seafish approved * courses, certificated and tailored
to the needs of your business and products.
sally moore on 07968 134735 for FITA or see FITA
Apprenticeship Week - look out for news about fish and shellfish
apprenticeships in the SW, NW, NE and SE of England, also Scottish