Supermarket giant launches training school

Safeway
has opened a training school dedicated to improving staff development and
customer service.

The
supermarket giant has prioritised training as a key factor in its bid to
compete with rival chains.

The
store has invested more than £100,000 in training schemes which allow staff to
become NVQ accredited butchers, bakers, fishmongers and greengrocers.

Safeway
developed the meat courses in conjunction with the Meat Training Council; the
Sea Fish Authority endorses the fishmonger courses.

Senior
staff can also take part in externally accredited department manager
programmes.

www.safeway.co.uk

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