We are thrilled to announce that Natwest Skills & Opportunities fund have awarded Sheppey Matters £22723.68. This funding will provide 24 young people to take a level 2 Jamie Oliver cooking course with our Community Chef.
Sheppey Matters received your invaluable support for our project that will help disadvantaged young people find a career in catering.
Our project will provide hands-on training and learning accreditation in catering and hospitality to give sound career options to less academic young people.
We will provide an accredited training course in association with the Oasis Isle of Sheppey Academy for 24 young people. They will study health and hygiene, first aid and a Jamie Oliver qualification in catering and hospitality. Students will gain practical experience with Mike Spackman our Community chef at food truck at events around Swale.
Our Charities aim is to help young people become work-ready in catering and hospitality, an industry actively seeking to recruit people throughout the year and providing a realistic chance of not just a job, but a worthwhile and well-paid career.
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