1. Sustainability In the Hospitality, Food & Drink Sector. Dates TBC


Why Attend?

Sustainability in the Food and Hospitality sector is designed for senior personnel to give them a comprehensive overview on the importance of sustainability in the workplace. The course goes into detail on 4 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals which are applicable to the hospitality sector, outlining the social, economic, and environmental benefits of each. The course outlines useful tips and practices that can be implemented in the workplace to help meet each of these 4 goals.
We will also provide information on what supports are available for businesses that wish to switch to a more sustainable business model.
Topics Covered:
– What is sustainability?
– Food Security
– UN Sustainable Development Goals
– Goal 3: Good Health & Wellbeing
– Goal 6: Clean Water & Sanitation
– Goal 12: Responsible Consumption & Production
– Goal 13: Climate Action
– Supports available to businesses
Why is this training important?
Climate change and the environment are increasingly topical. Rising energy costs are also playing a factor in this. It is important that businesses are equipped to deal with the increasing emphasis that is being placed on sustainability by policy makers and consumers. This will help to decrease energy costs if businesses use more sustainable practices and opt for renewable energy sources. Customers also increasingly demand sustainable choices so this will help your business to stay on top of this trend.
Who is the course suited to?
– Owners
– Managers
– Supervisors and other key staff members
– Chefs
– Anyone interested in the environment

Course Format and Tutors

This interactive ninety minute training course will be delivered through a mix of presentations, practical sessions, tutor-led exercises, case studies and Q&A sessions. Delivered by The Food Safety Company.

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