Noodle Box opens training centre

By Sarah Stowe | 29 Oct 2015 View comments

A franchisee training centre has been unveiled by Noodle Box and it takes the fast food business further towards its goal to consistently deliver a great customer experience.

Ian Martin, CEO, said “It’s really exciting to see strong foundations, such as our new Franchise Partner

Training Centre being put in place that will facilitate the brand’s to entry into its

next phase of growth.”

The James-Milne Training Centre has been named for Noodle Box founders, Josh James and David Milne.

Located at the support centre, the training facility is a full-scale operational restaurant that will provide new and

existing franchise partners, chefs and managers with a dedicated learning environment, free from the distractions of a trading venue.

The training centre also incorporates a classroom facility for theoretical operational training such as policies,

procedures and technology which will be delivered through Noodle U, the franchise chain's new online

training platform.

Kitchen operations and wok training will be conducted in the training centre before franchisees put the skills into practice working alongside experienced team members, chefs and managers,at Chirnside Park, Noodle Box’s training restaurant.

Leanne Morrison, national training manager, said “We’re looking forward to being able to utilise our new facilities for both our Australian and International partners. We will be delighted to welcome our new partners from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in January.”