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On Thursday 16th June, a group of 24 Heinz learners based at the firms Westwick site in Norfolk received their NVQ certificates. All 24 learners had achieved a full L2 qualification in Food and Drink Manufacture. Poultec have enjoyed a successful working partnership with Heinz for 4 years delivering NVQ’s and apprenticeships. Heinz HR and... Read more »
On Wednesday 8th June, a group of 25 learners received their NVQ and Apprenticeship certificates and portfolios. All 25 learners had achieved a full L2 qualification in Food and Drink Manufacturing and some had also achieved L1 Key Skills qualifications in Communication and Numeracy. While this was not the first time that a Presentation has... Read more »
Our summer school cookery courses are ideal for young people, aged 11 to 16, who want to learn more about cooking. The courses will improve your knowledge and skills within the kitchen as well as helping to understand the nutritional values of the food you prepare, cook and eat. Sessions will include: Nutrition and knife... Read more »
In support of the 20th Adult Learners week, the national event held annually between 14-th-20th May 2011, Poultec took two of its mobile learning vehicles on the road. The two vehicles were parked at Millenium Plain, Norwich promoting work-based learning to both adults and school leavers on Wednesday and Thursday. Poultec staff were available throughout the... Read more »
Poultec Training are proud to be the 2011 second tier sponsors of Kings Lynn Stars, speedway team. Poultec have been supporting speedway for a number of years, last year through the sponsorship of Kings Lynn Young Stars and sponsoring riders such as Tomas Topinka, Kevin Doolan and Olly Allen. We hope that King Lynn Stars have a successful season.
The Directors of South Green Park have taken the difficult decision to not run a beer festival in 2011. Previous years have been a great success and have generally been enjoyed by the local community, but in 2010 a small number of local residents raised significant objections to the playing of live music until midnight... Read more »