Training in food processing: successful approaches
Mike Battcock et al
Training in food processing can open up opportunities for individuals who lack business experience, by providing training in costing and marketing a new product. This book offers a blueprint for such comprehensive training.
It first explains the importance of needs assessment, course preparation, monitoring and follow up, and the value of practical work and opportunities for trainees to discuss their ideas and discoveries. There are then ten case studies describing successful courses in three continents, and showing how the theory is put into practice and adapted to particular circumstances.
With examples of forms and lesson plans, photographs of appropriate training environments, and details of institutions that support food-processing training, there is a wealth of information for trainers and organizers of courses throughout the world.
- Terbit: 1998
- Penerbit: Intermediate Technology Publications
- ISBN-10: 1853394254
- ISBN-13: 978-1853394256
- Dewey Decimal: 664.
- Perpustakaan ECHO: 664. BAT