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Dunbia launches three new dedicated training and development programmes

Dunbia has launched three dedicated training and development programmes to help ‘shape and enhance’ the future skills of the UK’s meat processing industry.

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Dunbia launches three new dedicated training and development programmes

Through part of its nationwide graduate programme for 2020, Dunbia’s ‘Brighter Futures’ is on the lookout for graduates with a keen interest in the whole Dunbia business.

 

The two-year scheme would guide students through: livestock procurement, manufacturing operations, food safety and quality, sales and commercial, engineering, accounting and finance, new product development, human resources and sustainability.

 

Graduates on the programme will have access to dedicated mentors, providing 1-to-1 coaching as well as the opportunity to take part in a bespoke management development programme.

 

Other training on offer includes a new Butchery Academy, North Ayrshire, which will help students develop knowledge and skills in areas such as product knowledge, learning to identify different cuts of meat and developing knife skills over a 12-14 month period.

 

Three apprenticeship programmes are also available at Dunbia’s Dungannon site, Northern Ireland, including: Level 2 and 3 in meat and poultry industry skills; Level 5 higher level apprenticeship in food and drink; and Level 3 diploma in engineering.

 

Dunbia promised ‘fast track career progression’.


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Dunbia’s head of human resources in-Northern Ireland, Caroline Heagney-Walsh, said: “Attracting new talent into our industry is essential for future growth and sustainability.

 

“We must ensure that we have engaging and robust training and development programmes to support knowledge and skill development, enabling us to provide clear pathways for career progression and helping develop our leaders of the future.

 

“All three of our initiatives clearly demonstrate the commitment our business has to creating exciting opportunities within the meat industry. We are future-focused, providing real opportunities to develop a great career.”

 

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