Food Hygiene Training Courses


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consultancy-small-6.png Food hygiene training and the law

UK food hygiene regulations require caterers to have food hygiene training or be closely supervised and instructed by someone who does. The training you need depends on both the type of food you handle and whether you supervise others. By law, you also need HACCP training if you are responsible for developing or maintaining a FSMS (Food Safety Management System).

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training-small-4.jpg About our food hygiene training courses 
  • CIEH on-line courses - Level 1 (suitable for induction) and Level 2 food hygiene courses are available on-line. These can reduce costs and standardise delivery.
  • Level 2 food hygiene certificate - now known as the Level 2 Award in Food Safety. This is a single day food hygiene training course suitable for those preparing open high risk food.
  • Level 3 food hygiene certificate - now known as the Level 3 Award in Supervising Food Safety. This is a three day course suitable for those who supervise others.
  • Level 4 food hygiene certificate - now known as the Level 4 Award in Managing Food Safety. This is a five day course suitable for those who supervise others. It is also one of the qualifying criteria for those who wish to train others at foundation food hygiene level.
  • HACCP training certificate – Level 2 Award in HACCP. This is a one day course suitable for those involved in maintaining HACCP systems. It also acts as excellent refresher training for those whose food hygiene certificate is more than three years old.
  • Food hygiene update training – devised by Safer Food Scores to keep managers up-to-date with the latest food safety developments that will affect their business.
  • Auditor training certificate - Level 3 Award in Effective Auditing and Inspection Skills. This is a one day course intended for those involved in practical auditing or inspection of food premises, including internal or 3rd party auditors, enforcement officers and those verifying catering HACCP systems.
  • Food allergy training - devised by Safer Food Scores this course is designed to raise awareness of food allergies and how they should be effectively managed in a food business.
  • Food labelling training - devised by Safer Food Scores this course covers all a busy manager needs to know EU and UK food labelling law

 


fhrs-sticker.jpgFood hygiene training and FHRS

Food hygiene rating schemes will consider whether you and your team have sufficient and up-to-date food hygiene training. EHOs will also consider how well your team members understand and follow your FSMS. If you are able to prove that all your team members are properly trained it will go a long way to helping you obtain a five scores rating.


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