Shop Name: Packet Bridge Fish & Chips.
Time in the Trade: 11 years
Drywite Young Fish Frier of the Year Finalist 2013 & 2014, NFFF Quality Award Holder.
Why did you become a trainer?
To take my career in the industry to the next level. I always wanted to be a teacher so to do it in something I am passionate about and pass on knowledge to help others raise standards within the industry is very rewarding.
Why is training important?
The industry we are in is constantly evolving and improving so it’s important no matter how much experience or knowledge you think you have, there is always something to learn to improve. All shops should have owners/managers/staff that have had some form of professional training.
In this episode of the Ceres Podcast, Stelios & Cem talk about many pressing issues to name a few topics:
How Cem got into the fish and chip industry?
The challenges of Cem starting work at The Packet Bridge Fish & Chips with no formal training.
How Cem is now one of many great trainers at the NFFF training academy.
How Cem has managed to achieve consistency in his business.
How Cem manages and motivates his team.
About the new shop Westgate Fish & Chips in Morecambe.
General industry topics include fish and potato prices.
Cem’s favourite (only) Book: Who Moved My Cheese by Dr Spencer Johnson
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