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'Food for Health' is a project delivered by Keighley & District Volunteer Centre. Funded by the Santander Foundation, we are able to offer a FREE 12 week healthy cooking course for adults with learning disabilities.

arrow_forwardAre you aged 18 or over?
arrow_forwardWould you like to support adults with learning disabilities to develop their skills?
arrow_forward Are you able to commit to a minimum of 12 weeks volunteering?

This is an extremely rewarding role in which you will gain experience of supporting people to develop their independence.

Starts January 2018!

Funded by:

Who is it for?

Adults (18+) with a learning disability who would like to develop their skills in a catering environment.

The programme includes some theory but most units are practical sessions within a working cafe environment.

  • Principles of Healthy Eating
  • Basic Food Hygiene
  • Health & Safety in the Kitchen
  • Food Preparation & Cooking
  • Customer Service Skills
  • The course is a great way to develop skills for independent living or for progression into learning & employment opportunities.

    When is it happening?

    We will be delivering a rolling programme of four 12 week courses throughout 2018.

    January - March

    What's next?

    If you enjoy our 12 week course and want to keep on learning, or if you feel you would benefit from a long term training opportunity our ‘Skills for Life’ project may be for you.

    Additional units will be covered, with participants learning at their own pace and developing a wider range of knowledge and skills.

    Contact Us

    Keighley & District Volunteer Centre
    The Temple Row Centre
    23 Temple Row
    BD21 2AH

    Tel: 01535 609506