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Technical deficit

Technical deficit

By John Dunn

In today’s world, workers require more technical abilities than ever before. But, as John Dunn discovers, there is a serious skills shortage

Bridging the gulf

Bridging the gulf

By Elaine Watson

It's a familiar tale of woe, and it starts in the classroom. Teacher shortages, poor links with industry, a raft of more enticing options at GCSE, A-level and degree level, and a skills shortage that could turn into a timebomb if the industry doesn't...

Covered for all eventualities

Covered for all eventualities

Injury rates in food and drink companies are nearly double the manufacturing industry average. Yet 80% of accidents are easily preventable through better training and reduced manual handling, says Michelle Knott

Students show new interest in food and drink courses

Students show new interest in food and drink courses

Uptake of undergraduate food and drink courses is finally on the increase, but will this lead to an end of the skills shortage? Stefan Chomka assesses graduate job prospects in the food and drink industry

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