Ceri is using the skills she gained during her Apprenticeship in Management (Level 3)
to start her own company which seeks to address environmental concerns, sustainability and the cost-of-living crisis.
Following a long period of illness, Ceri has built partnerships with strategic organisations and companies including trades union, the Learning & Work institute, the Good Things Foundation, Tesco and 2 Sisters Food company.
She uses these partnerships to create innovative solutions, including Growing Food at Work, a project with UNISON and public sector employers across Wales, enabling people to learn whilst growing food and enhancing the biodiversity of the grounds of their workplaces. Ceri also plants a native species for every learner she enrols.
UNISON Cymru Wales says ‘Growing Food at Work’ gives workers the skills and confidence to grow food, thereby reducing carbon emissions and helping with the cost of living.