Personal and Professional Involvement with the FEA
The FEA delivers a range of professional development solutions and events designed to support individuals and businesses within the foodservice equipment sector. We also encourage members to take part in relevant FEA Product Group Forums. It is through this involvement members can impart their knowledge and benefit from FEA market sector expertise.
Our Product Group forums help create policy, investigate, promote and report on a range of industry initiatives and issues which are designed to educate, assist and enhance the work experience for employees, employers and professionals in the sector.
Below is a selection of popular personal and professional opportunities for members to engage further with the FEA.
If you are not a member of the FEA but think that your business would benefit from collaborative involvement with industry peers and support from the FEA then please speak to us about membership options.
CFSP (Certified Food Service Professional) is the industry specific professional qualification for the UK foodservice industry. When you become accredited, you’ll be able to use post-nominal letters after your name to demonstrate that you’re qualified, experienced and committed to ethical conduct.
FEA Industry Conference
The FEA Industry Conference takes place annually and delivers and enviable programme of speakers and industry insight. The conference is open to anyone with an interest in Foodservice Equipment sector but FEA members benefit from a preferential booking rate.
Use the hashtags to below to join the comference converstaion.
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The Commercial Catering Equipment Electrical Competency Course (CCEECC) was launched in conjunction with CEDA and FEA and provides engineers with fundamental electrical competence and knowledge needed to work safely on electrical equipment and components in commercial catering.
Carbon Management Podcasts
Our Carbon Management videos explain the simple measures that you can adopt to help the UK achieve its net zero carbon 2050 target.
The small changes we make now in how commercial kitchen equipment is operated can make a big difference in the future.