The explicit focus on innovation skills in the context of global food system challenges means that efforts by employers, organisations and professional bodies to support a transition to a sustainable food system and explicitly recognise, and therefore foster a more transparent labour market.
Industrial players typically resort to buying in training from a range of providers while professional bodies support the professionalisation of innovation, but typically lack the scope to develop their own frameworks. HR practices do not have the tools to recognise innovation and entrepreneurship skills.
The EIT Food Learning Services and the EIT Food Competency Framework will enable the support of career planning for employees, enhance the provision of relevant trainings, and strengthen employee retention an progression pathways and HR practitioners will be able to use EIT Food Accredited course and EIT Food Assessment certifications of advancement as indicators for talent when recruiting.
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