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Trading names:
National Food & Drink Training

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About this provider

Scottish Association of Master Bakers (SAMB) operate a UK wide work based learning training organisation called National Food & Drink Training which specialises in food and drink operations apprenticeships and qualifications including bakery, dairy, food & drink manufacturing and processing. We are a not-for- profit organisation and have been providing apprenticeship training for 19 years in the UK, 8 of which in England. We are a City & Guilds & FDQ registered centre in England and a joint awarding body with SQA in Scotland. We employ a team of 23 staff 17 of whom are employed as regionally based training advisors. Each of our whom specialise in the food & drink sector, as well as training, assessment and verification skills.

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Overall rating from October 2018 to now

  • Excellent 1 out of 2 reviews
  • Good 1 out of 2 reviews
  • Poor 0 out of 2 reviews
  • Very poor 0 out of 2 reviews


  • Communication with employers (2)
  • Improving apprentice skills (2)
  • Adapting to my needs (1)
  • Reporting on progress of apprentices (1)

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  • Reporting on progress of apprentices (1)

3 Apprenticeships offered

Apprenticeship Type Level View details
Baker Standard 2 Details
Food and drink process operator Standard 2 Details
Team leader / supervisor Standard 3 Details

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Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)

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