Level 1 Award in Food Safety

Training

We can offer a whole portfolio of training to meet your needs:

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  • Catering
  • Retail
  • Manufacturing
  • Refresher Training Available

This qualification focuses on the importance of food safety in the catering and hospitality sectors and provides food handlers with the knowledge of how they can contribute to product safety. Before starting work for the first time, food handlers need to be aware of the hazards and controls associated with food all  operations. This qualification provides learners with information on preventing contamination, temperature abuse of food and the destruction of bacteria through heat treatment.  The importance of good personal hygiene, cleaning, waste management and recognising and reporting signs of pests are also included.

On achieving this qualification candidates will be equipped with the knowledge to enable them to provide safe food thus assisting their employer’s business in complying with the law.

This qualification is available in English, Modern Chinese, Hindi and Malayalam and we offer the delivery of this course in these languages as well.

 


Food Safety Training

FOOD SAFETY TRAINING Level 2 – 27th Sept 2017

Derby

The aim of this regulated qualification is to provide individuals with knowledge of the basic food safety practices that are essential in the food industry. This includes the hazards and risks to food safety presented by food operations and personnel, together with cost-effective, practical control measures.

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ADVANCED FOOD SAFETY Level 4 – starts 6th Nov

Derby

From food business owners to trainers, from production managers to hygiene auditors, this qualification meets the food industry’s need for a high level practical qualification with external accreditation.

5 day course

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No listed ongoing courses but contact us to arrange one.

No listed ongoing courses but contact us to arrange one.

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