top of page

Age of the Train! - Top 3 Shops Announced for Training Award

Chip shop finalists making the grade for industry training award are revealed

From a host of UK-wide applications, the National Fish and Chip Awards has identified three fish and chip shops as top-class finalists for its Staff and Training Development trophy.


The successful chippy finalists have shown industry insiders their commitment to providing opportunities for team members to access additional training to enhance their skills, gain new qualifications and scale up the professional ladder.

The nature of the awards’ judging process is notoriously intense as a way of steering businesses to further raise their standards and to set a motivating precedence for employees and peers alike.

The fish and chip shops that excelled in the grilling and will be heading to the London awards ceremony on 28 February at the Park Plaza Westminster to find out who has schooled the other contenders, are:


Norfolk

Eric’s Fish and Chips, Hunstanton

 

Nationwide

Haven, Cook’s Fish and Chips

 

Scotland

The Real Food Café, Tyndrum








Organiser of the awards and National Federation of Fish Friers President Andrew Crook, says: “For many of us, being in the fish and chip industry is a lifestyle and not just something we enjoy doing for work. The Staff and Training Development award is really special as it’s a salute to those embodying this mindset and showing their teams the many avenues available that can lead to long-lasting, fulfilling careers and experiences.

“The chippies are already doing an amazing job in their communities and this recognition will hopefully help attract more new starters who are also enthused by the nation’s much-loved dish.”

Join us at the National Fish and Chip Awards 2024, the most prestigious event in the fish frying industry! There are a limited number of tickets still available at https://thefishandchipawards.com/event-tickets/ - grab them while you can.





Blakemans, a leading manufacturer of sausage and meat products for more than 70 years in Europe, is sponsoring the category and Head of Business Development James Morris, adds: “Staff training and development has been at the core of Blakemans’ ethos since the very beginning. The investments that we continue to make into our workforce have an important role in the success of the business.

“This award is a fantastic way for us to reward the dedication of establishments which have devoted time, effort and investment into their most important asset – their staff! It’s always a pleasure to sponsor this award and to recognise the hard work of these industry leading businesses.”

For more information and bits on the National Fish and Chip Awards, please visit: www.thefishandchipawards.com.



Comments


bottom of page