24TH NOVEMBER - 10:00 AM

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Food Impacting your Work

A workshop designed to get an overview of proper nutrition and how it can impact your working life.

Webinar Description

Proper and healthy nutrition has become one of the most important problems of a modern man. The rapid pace of everyday life has led to the loss of a habit of sitting down for as long as it takes to enjoy a balanced meal, choosing increasingly "fast food", often without any nutrients.

Still, satisfying nutritional needs and ensuring food safety are important factors in the prevention of a whole range of illnesses and disorders. Nutrition impacts overall health in the workplace more than you might think. In the workplace, how and what you and your employees eat can positively impact their productivity.

In this webinar we will explore how nutrition can also be a fundamental factor for satisfactory work performance.

What will the Webinar cover?


Healthy Habits

Discover how to maximise your energy levels and improve your mood.



Sharpen your focus and boost your physical health.


Mind Health

We will show you why eating well boosts creativity and happiness at work.

Who is the Webinar for?

This webinar is addressed indiscriminately to any category of workers and people.

The Speakers


Taste 4 Success Skillnet

The Taste 4 Success Skillnet represents a significant, innovative and strategic collaboration between a growing number of member companies across a number of specific food and beverage sub-sectors, such as production, processing, artisan and services.

The Taste 4 Success Skillnet started out with a small group of 16 companies in 1999 based in the north west of Ireland, and since then it has grown its membership to over four hundred active members across a national base.

The network offers training programmes and to give support, impetus and trainee numbers in order to run cost effective and localised training for its members. To become a member of the network (free membership)  click here to find out more.



TrainedIn has been helping these very people during the COVID-19 Crisis by hosting webinars to connect them with potential clients.

In 2019, our founder, Sorcha Finucane, conceptualised the idea of TrainedIn. It’s mission? To make researching and booking training courses so much easier.

As TrainedIn was being built, Sorcha realised that she could use the technology to help with another subject she felt passionately about: enhancing sustainability for small businesses and freelancers.

TrainedIn launched in April 2020. Yes, right at the start of the Covid-19 lockdown. (The first one…!) Throughout the year, TrainedIn has been running free webinars to connect freelancers and small training businesses to potential clients. Our promise is always to match highly skilled professionals with the individuals and businesses looking for their services.

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Rachel Young

Rachel Young is a nutrition and health coach and the founder of Eat Food Right. She has had a lifelong love of food and always recognised its importance in creating, sustaining and maintaining healthy happy individuals. She is most passionate about helping people to help themselves to eat the food that is right for them.

Eat Food Right’s objective is to provide awareness, education, inspiration and empowerment to people around eating nutritious foods. Everyone is unique and Rachel’s approach to working with you is just that, there is no one set plan suitable for everyone. Our unique tastes, lifestyles, likes and dislikes drive our daily food and health choices. Rachel creates her client’s individual nutrition and health plan specifically around them and their lifestyles.

Other services offered by Eat Food Right include a personalised grocery shopping service, in house private cooking classes, lunch and learn workshops and corporate webinars. These take you on the 360-degree journey of eating food, from thinking about it to its end destination and all the bits in between! Providing you with the awareness, education and inspiration to action and maintain sustainable lifelong changes.

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