Aberdeen Bangladesh Welfare Trust (ABWT) hosted a training course on REHIS elementary food hygiene. The day-long course was held on 28 July 2019 at the ABWT training centre based in North Anderson Driver community fire station.
Around 15 people took part in the course those are from the local community involved in the catering sector. The session was delivered in both Bengali and English by experienced REHIS presenter from Nirapod Training and consultancy.
ABWT has undertaken the training scheme to develop skills and knowledge among the local Bangladeshi community members. The capacity building programme for the community launched by food hygiene but ABWT will host different other courses such as; fire safety, first aid, IT, career development and employment, Careers Fair for Children and young people, bookkeeping and accountancy and healthy living.
The course was inaugurated by Mosobbir Miah, president and co-ordinated by Abu Sufian, Joint secretary of ABWT. They mentioned – ‘‘we are so glad to launch the programme to support our community, we are grateful to north Anderson drive fire station to enabling us the facilities. We would also like to thank all the participants who took part in the course today. We request every one to take part in the future course.”
Please contact us for further information and advice. Information and invitation about future activities will be posted on our website (www.abwt. org.uk) and facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/abbdwelfaretrust/).
The ABWT training centre was inaugurated in May this year.