Better Food Work Consortium

The program consortium — comprised of Dixon Hall, caterToronto, and CRC Fred Victor — called the Better Food Work (Sustainable Food Sector Training Program) is a sector-focused career development program equips participants who are moving closer to the labour market - including: women, older workers, and newcomers/new immigrants  with requisite employer-informed/in-demand technical and employability skills in order to connect to employment/training opportunities in the Food and Beverage sector.  

caterToronto has been coordinating with its partners for over 3 years by providing in-class/online/hands-on learning, wrap-around supports, employer engagement, job development, paid work as well as access to space, loans/stipends, and supports to program participants.