Training and Development
"Enhancing Youth Skills" is one of the key principles of the Cargills business philosophy. It is incorporated into its mission statement as a commitment that the organization holds true to its heart. Not surprisingly as much as 70% of its work force is from rural Sri Lanka and 80% is below the age of 25. The Cargills Training and Development process is initiated under the Albert A. Page Institute of Food Business a non-profit venture established in 2006.
To increase the awareness of the Sri Lankan workforce regarding the expanding opportunities in the Food Retail, Consumer Goods and Agribusiness industries
To develop the existing and potential workforce of the food and agribusiness industry by enhancing knowledge, skills and competencies. Building proficiency in language and communication will be a key focus.
To enable those involved in the food industry to become 'sought after' in the regional job market thereby enhancing the net worth of the Sri Lankan workforce.
To develop leaders in food business management