The Crumbs Project in Bournemouth launches a series of free practical skills workshops for disadvantaged people courtesy of Santander Foundation UK.
The Crumbs Project in Bournemouth has been awarded a charitable grant to fund local practical skills workshops for disadvantaged people. The Cook and Learn Workshops will launch in January providing individuals with mixed abilities the opportunity to learn practical culinary skills and gain experience of working in a professional catering environment.
The free taster session is available to people aged 18 and over who have experienced mental health issues, learning disabilities, acquired brain injuries and stabilized addictions. The practical workshops will allow trainees to learn valuable techniques in cooking and baking, as well as the opportunity to use the professional equipment and materials available at Crumbs.
“We are committed to supporting charities like The Crumbs Project to help them make a difference for disadvantaged people in the UK” said Santander Foundation UK.
“The Cook and Learn Workshops are a great opportunity for potential trainees to gain a unique insight into the professional training, support and facilities here at Crumbs.” commented Leanne Miller, Operations Manager for The Crumbs Project. “Workshop trainees can experience what Crumbs has to offer and explore the training programmes and internships available.”
Dates for the upcoming Cook and Learn Workshops can be found here.
For further information or to register your interest please contact Ursula on 01202 519320 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.