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Cookery training

Find out more about Let’s Get Cooking training and support and how we can help you deliver healthy eating messages and teach cooking skills.

We provide training and support for other organisations running cooking activities for children, young people and adults. We work with primary, secondary and special schools, pupil referral units, children’s centres, charities and workplaces. Find out more about our work below.

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Recent projects
Find out more about our current and recent projects.
 
Cook Well, Work Well
Cook Well, Work Well is a healthy eating and cooking programme, to help improve the health and well-being of adults through practical courses run in the workplace.
 
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Training
Let's Get Cooking trains the trainers.
 
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Awards and accreditation
Some information about awards and nominations for Let's Get Cooking
 
Benefits
Take a look here at some of the benefits of learning to cook healthy, family meals from scratch
 
Testimonials
We get some great feedback from the people we train and support – find out what they think about our work.
 
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Case studies
Let's Get Cooking builds confidence and self-esteem, brings families and communities together, teaches all kinds of new skills and of course, encourages people to choose healthier foods.
 
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Find out more
Find out more about Let's Get Cooking
 
Cook Well, Waste Less
Learn how to cook well and train others to reduce food waste and save money.
 
RSPH accredited nutrition training for you
RSPH accredited nutrition training for you
Lets Get Cooking and the Royal Society of Public Health have teamed up to offer a low cost qualification that is essential for anybody that works in food.
 
Cooking’s for everyone!
Cooking’s for everyone!
Let’s Get Cooking has helped thousands of young people with special educational needs or challenging behaviour to gain new confidence, new skills and a real sense of achievement.
 
Love Food Hate Waste Cookery Classes
Love Food Hate Waste Cookery Classes
The Children’s Food Trust is delighted to be working with WRAP (The Waste and Resources Action Programme) to deliver LFHW (Love Food Hate Waste) Cookery Classes across 10 of the UK biggest cities.