Level 2 Improve Proficiency Qualification
This qualification is ideal for those who currently work within the food manufacturing industry and wish to gain a nationally recognised qualification. The Food and Drink Qualifications (FDQ) Level 2 Improve Proficiency Qualification (IPQ) is aimed at operative level and there are no entry requirements, however candidates will need to be able to demonstrate competence and gather evidence to build their e-portfolio.
Delivery is flexible and tailored to individual company requirements. All training is delivered on site and during the candidates normal working hours/shift. Candidates build an e-portfolio of evidence during this award, which is theirs to keep, and can be a useful reference guide. Assessors will visit candidates once a month and carry out direct observations. All visits are planned in advance with the employer to ensure that disruption to the workplace is minimised.
This qualification will take approximately 9 months from induction to completion of the award. To gain this qualification, candidates will be required to complete units relevant to their work role, each which have a credit value – to obtain either an Award, Certificate and Diploma the specified minimal credits have to be obtained. This qualification has a variety units available and these will be selected with the learner during the induction process.
Banham Poultry Staff Celebrate Success
On Wednesday 26th March, a group of 18 Banham Poultry staff celebrated achieving their Apprenticeship Awards. Achieving Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeships were Heidi Davis, Paul Ethridge, Magdalene Kostuch, Martin Kula, Laimutis Mocevicius, Natalija Perkuna, John Walters and Linda Walters. Achieving Level 2 Apprenticeships were Alvaro Goncalves, Janis Leipins, Igoris Matiusovas, Luis Cravinho, Jose Ribeiro, Karen read more