Electrolux unveils UK-wide training initiative for operators

Electrolux Centre of Excellence, Luton

Foodservice equipment manufacturer, Electrolux Professional, is promising to enhance the results commercial kitchen operators are able to deliver by offering tailored demonstrations at a network of locations around the country.

The company today unveiled its new ‘Great Kitchen, Great Results’ programme, which sees it join forces with four distributor partners to host regular events tailored to the needs of caterers from every sector, including chefs, restaurant owners, hoteliers and investors.

As well as eight sector-specific programmes, ranging from Care Homes and School Meals, to Pubs and Street Food, those wishing to enhance their menu development will also have the opportunity to request a bespoke programme tailored to their own individual needs, simply by submitting a request on the manufacturer’s website.

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Regional training hubs will be located in Falkirk, Cardiff, Belfast, and Dublin, where its distributor partners are based, as well as at its own UK Centre of Excellence in Luton.

Electrolux photography Luton HQ. Picture by Shaun Fellows / Shine Pix.
Stuart Flint says the ‘Great Kitchen, Great Results’ programme will provide operators with training that is entirely personalised to individual requirements.

As part of the new programme, each regional demonstration and development hub will be equipped with a suite of Electrolux Professional kitchen equipment, including its air-o-steam Touchline combi oven, air-o-chill blast chiller-freezer, induction hob, mixer, and hoodtype dishwasher.

Consequently, delegates will be able to experience the advantages of a complete Electrolux kitchen suite, as well as familiarise themselves with individual pieces of equipment should a one-off replacement be needed.

Stuart Flint, regional training and demonstration manager at Electrolux, said: “As a leading manufacturer of a wide range of commercial kitchen equipment, it is important that we can support foodservice industry professionals through education initiatives.

“While chefs and caterers may be given the opportunity to attend a number of different ‘off the shelf’ demonstrations, we wanted to ensure we can offer support which is entirely personalised to individual requirements.”

Caterers wishing to request a specific demonstration, or sign up to an existing one can do so by visiting

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