Our teams of experts engaging directly with your end users and facilitating increased knowledge and sustainable behaviour change over a series of fully interactive workshops.
Direct delivery taps into the wealth of knowledge and experience that our teams of expert trainers offer. These courses offer a unique opportunity for measurement of behaviour change, skills improvement and understanding of how our work positively impacts upon mental wellbeing.
Train the Trainer
Equipping your staff and volunteers with the knowledge and new confidence, influence and respect to make a real difference to the outcomes of your beneficiaries.
Either as a one or two-day course, we give attendees the practical skills and knowledge needed to teach cookery within their own settings. These sessions can be tailored to focus on a range of project outcomes such as improved skills, reducing waste, cooking on a budget or understanding nutrition.
With an emphasis on practical, hands-on learning, we ensure that best demonstration practice, an understanding of food hygiene and health & safety requirements, tips on setting up cooking sessions at any location and appropriate and engaging extension activities are all covered.
Train the trainer offers a cost effective and sustainable solution to meeting your primary behaviour change requirements.
Corporate in the Community
Adding interest, value and sustainable impact to employee volunteering, sponsorship and community outreach schemes.
Employee volunteering doesn’t always mean painting a fence or clearing out a canal. We can support your organisation to deliver projects that deliver impact for both your teams and the community long after the volunteer day is over.
Partnering with The Let’s Cook Project to achieve your CSR goals, within the very communities in which you operate, can raise your company profile whilst creating tangible health and social improvements.
Utilising the expertise of our team to create, develop or supplement your food, health and wellbeing requirements.
We’ve advised organisations such as Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Mars, Sustainable Cities and Sheffield International Venues how to ensure that their educational programmes are on message, engaging and appropriate.
Our team of nutritionists are also on hand to advise on how best to ensure that your food provision meets current nutritional guidelines be that in early years settings, schools or beyond.