Supply Chains - Theme 2
Catering Education Study
Brief description of the project
The Vale of Usk LAG commissioned a scoping study into the catering education needs in the Vale of Usk area, with a view to developing it as a centre for culinary education excellence, building on its reputation as the “Food Capital of Wales”.
The Aim of the project was to undertake a study which offers an understanding of the current national, regional and local strategic context of the education and food sectors and the current and future skills needs of the catering and hospitality sectors in the Vale of Usk and the wider South East Wales region.
The study has been completed.
What are we/the project trying to achieve
The aim of the project is to undertake a study which offers an understanding of the current national, regional and local strategic context of the education and food sectors and the current and future skills needs of the catering and hospitality sectors in the Vale of Usk and the wider South East Wales region.
Catering Education Stud
The application for this project was approved by the LAG on 19th October 2016 and is now completed.
The total project cost is £24,979.50 (RDP contribution £19,983.60).
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