Sharing the Industry Standards.
These are just a sample of the seminars we have run. Without exception these seminars have been enthusiastically received!
The Chip Group ran a Chinese Refresher Training Workshop on 15th April 2013.
Organised by Kate Underwood, Training and Education Manager with the help of Philip Yeung, Ethnic Development Advisor from the Hamilton City Council we had 31 keen operators attend. They spent the morning reviewing all of the training modules and refreshing what they had learnt at the previous 2011 training.
Special Guest and Champion Chippie – Michael Huang did a spectacular job of presenting the seminar in Chinese. He shared business advice about ways to improve productivity, look after their customers and make more money!
With loads of laughs and healthy discussion operators left smiling with NEW Training certificates and some vital tips to take back to their business.
A big Thanks to Michael Huang for making the trip to Hamilton and Philip Yeung for gathering excitement and ensuring full attendance!
Local operators from Te Kuiti enjoyed a training session in August 2013 with Champion Chippie – Michael Huang. Hosted by local health worker Anne Lennex and presented by Kate Underwood, Training and Education Manager at the Maniapoto House, in Te Kuiti.
Golden Lantern and Hong Kong Takeaways learnt the tricks and techniques about cooking chips to Industry Standards.
Michael was helped the asian operators with the training questions in Chinese and inspired operators to improve their customers health and business. Read more about the Te Kuiti Training here.
In May 2013 The Chip Group, Lower Hutt Regional Public Health and the Local Heart Foundation worked together to host a successful training session for Porirua chip shop operators and local chip enthusiasts.
The Chip Group embarked on a Palmerston North Training in May 2013 with help from the Manawatu Heart Foundation. Operators who attended this training by Kate were excited to get back to their shops and put their new skills into practice.
Read more about the Palmerston North Training here.
Seven Tokoroa businesses from all over the area attended the training in May 2013, at the Raukawa Charitable Trust Centre, hosted by Kate Underwood and Michael Huang and supported by local Health Promoter KC Maaka. After Michael shared his knowledge about what it takes to grow a successful takeaway business, with his Award-Winning store, Oppies Takeaways in Rotorua, it was great to see plenty of learning and discussion about temperature, oil type, cleanliness and tips about how to save money while still producing a quality product. Read more about the Tokoroa session here.