30 NOVEMBER 2021 – 21 JANUARY 2022
This innovative programme is delivered in a series of online interactive, tutor-led workshops, that will build new skills and competencies for member companies in the food sector, focusing on economic recovery, employment and sustainability.
Green Jobs, Green Skills, Green Economy
Limited to 16 places [Criteria Apply]
About Taste 4 Success Skillnet
The Taste 4 Success Skillnet works with its members to identify and drive training and upskilling in the food, seafood and drink sectors, to meet business, people and performance needs.
Its members include multinationals, large, medium, small indigenous Irish companies, and a growing number of micro and artisan producers involved in food, seafood and drink (micro brewing) production.
Leaders are accountable for financial, social and also environmental responsibilities, so they have to create a sustainability and climate strategy which is not a nice to have anymore.
30th November, 9.30 – 12.00pm
12th January 2022, 9.30 – 12.00pm
Responding to Climate Change is becoming an increasingly important topic for many businesses and organisations. It is now a key issue for all businesses and agenda item at a board level. It is not for only for those involved in energy and resource intensive sectors. It impacts every product or services or experience based business. It starts with understanding how to measure your climate impact (e.g. carbon footprint), set targets, report and look to decarbonize – and get to ‘Net Zero’, or better still ‘climate positive’.
Through knowing their carbon footprint, we will help participants to understand how to measure and report climate change and carbon emissions and how to assess climate risk and opportunity in their organisations. We will share examples of best practise and recommended approaches to setting targets and pathways towards Net Zero and explain other Science based targets.
8th & 10th December, 9.30 – 12.00pm
This module focuses on the optimisation of resources in food business including industrial processes but also extending to other business aspects of food production such transportation, sourcing, and administration. This module will provide participants with skills and knowledge to commence a resource efficiency programme in their business. The module will include a showcase of relevant case studies from a number of NWPP resource efficiency programmes. Participants will be required to assess their business for resource efficiency opportunities and prepare an action plan. Participants will be provided with a toolkit for a better understanding of their consumption levels and for a more efficient resource management.
19th & 21st January 2022, 9.30 – 12.00pm
The criteria for any successful people engagement strategy is that knowledge and capabilities are developed, and that employees are involved and empowered to be part of a businesses’ commitment to sustainability. When building a culture of sustainability there is dialogue throughout the organisation, led by senior management and with top down and bottom up flows of knowledge.
Most importantly people are rewarded, recognised, and cared for by a business that values people, planet, and profit. Organisations will not succeed in their sustainability ambitions without their employees. Leaders need to create an employee engagement strategy and communications plan to engage their employees and deliver on the sustainability strategy and drive momentum. Engaging effectively with staff, having an authentic and legitimate sustainability story to tell that enhances your brand, and empowering your staff to act as business ambassadors, will give business a competitive edge. With engaged employees comes engagement with external stakeholders including suppliers and customers.
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