Learning to cook healthily isn’t just about getting skills that you’ll use every single day at home and at work. It’s also fun, it builds confidence and improves long-term health and wellbeing. That means a healthier, happier workforce for you – and a demonstration of your commitment to the health of your staff.
Here at the Children’s Food Trust, we run the largest network of cooking clubs in the country. We can help you set up your own cooking programme to support your staff and help address local health and obesity issues. We can:
Provide training for your staff or volunteers
Our two-day demonstrator training is accredited by the Royal Society of Public Health (RSPH).
“Let’s Get Cooking encourages children in good eating habits which can last a lifetime. Equally importantly, the children can then take the healthy eating message back to their families and the wider community.” Professor Richard Parish, Chief Executive, RSPH
Help set up healthy cooking clubs and programmes
More than 5,000 clubs have joined the national Let’s Get Cooking network so far and receive regular activity packs, newsletters and access to online resources.
Manage, monitor and evaluate cooking activities
We provide a project management, monitoring and evaluation service, to meet your aims and targets.
Visit the Let’s Get Cooking website for a taste of our work, and to find out more about how we can help you