Tetra Pak delegates

Food Centre continues international partnership with Tetra Pak

Multi-national engineers, technical operators and managers from global processing and food packaging specialist Tetra Pak continue to receive bespoke training in our industry standard dairy processing halls.

Students from many different countries study dairy science and its practical application on an eight day course. This training has been delivered exclusively by Reaseheath for Tetra Pak for over 40 years and we run the programmes six times a year – proof that the company appreciates our expertise, industry standard facilities and reputation for effectively delivering training.

Employees from the company’s bases in Australia, Russia, Poland, Italy, Nigeria, the Netherlands and Sweden were the latest cohort to complete their training and have now returned home to share their experiences with colleagues.

Wai Hon Chin, a Cluster System Issue Manager (Asia and the Pacific), who has worked for Tetra Pak for 18 years, said: “This course is well balanced between theory and practical.

“Although we have many opportunities for in-house training within the company, this tends to be dedicated to specific aspects of the business. At Reaseheath we gain a wider and more general understanding of basic dairy processing which allows us to appreciate where our individual roles fit in.

“The practical sessions on making cheese, butter and ice cream and looking at UHT processing, pasteurisation, evaporating and drying are particularly beneficial, as many of us have little chance to get ‘hands on’ in our own jobs. Apart from the training, coming to Reaseheath gives staff from different countries and job roles the chance to mix and learn from each other.”

Tetra Pak itself is a main machinery supplier to our Food Centre and provides after sales service and training.

For further details of how our Food Centre training can help businesses see www.reaseheathfoodcentre.co.uk

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