Staff and volunteers working in community food initiatives (CFIs) should have some basic training in food and health and food hygiene. CFHS promotes food and nutrition training to CFIs and has occasional funding schemes to help cover the cost of training.
Our plan for 2019/20
There is no specific work planned around this theme for this year, but we will continue to take opportunities to take this forward within our general work with community food initiatives, and support, if applicable, through any funding opportunities.
News and updates
Cooking skills blog 9. The new eatwell guide, the REHIS accredited cooking skills course and ‘training for trainers’
Community-based organisations working with minority ethnic children, pregnant women and families – training in food, nutrition and health