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Description

Improve health and safety at work by understanding food safety and workplace hygiene

This qualification will give learners the opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding and all the skills and knowledge required to maintain good personal and workplace hygiene. Completion of this course also allows learners to take responsibility for food safety in a catering environment and understand how to keep food safe from contamination.

This course will be run at your venue on a date and time specified by you.  We will bring all equipment with us – you supply the training area.

Category: SKU: L2Food
Develop skills, knowledge and understanding of the importance of good personal and workplace hygiene
Training Qualifications UK Platinum Approved Centre

Awarding Body: Training Qualifications UK (TQUK)
Qualification Number: 601/2512/3

TQUK are an Ofqual regulated Awarding Organisation. This guarantees that all of their qualifications conform to a high standard.

Overview

Study Hours

Approximate study period for this qualification is 9 hours.

Entry Requirements

There are no specific entry requirements however learners should have a minimum of Level 1 in literacy or numeracy or equivalent. The qualification is available to learners pre 16 years of age at certification.

Course Type

This course will be run at your venue and can be attended by up to 12 learners.

We will attend your site and the dates and times given.

Assessment

This award is assessed in a number of ways.  The tutor will complete a range of assessment activities during the course. These may include question and answers, multiple choice examination, role play exercise, workbook, scenario, group activity.

All-inclusive prices

Our prices include everything you need to pass the course. This includes your tutor support, assessment and certification. We believe there should be no hidden surprises at the end of the course!

Course Content

Unit No: 1

Food Safety in Catering

This unit is designed to give you all the underpinning knowledge required for any occupation which involves food preparation. The individual learning outcomes are as follows:

Outcome one:
Understand how individuals can take personal responsibility for food safety

To achieve this outcome, you will be able to:

  • outline the importance of food safety procedures
  • Describe how to report food safety hazards
  • Outline the legal responsibilities

Outcome two:
Understand the importance of keeping him/herself clean and hygienic

To achieve this outcome, you will be able to

  • explain the importance of preventing contamination
  • understand the role of personal hygiene

Outcome three:
Understand the importance of keeping the work areas clean and hygienic

To achieve this outcome, you will be able to

  • Describe how to keep their work areas clean
  • state how work flow can reduce contamination
  • Outline the importance of pest control

Outcome four:
Understand the importance of keeping food safe

To achieve this outcome, you will be able to:

  • state common causes of contamination risk
  • describe how to deal with spoilage
  • describe food handling practices
  • explain the importance of temperature controls
  • describe stock control procedures

FAQs

Manual handling

Questions asked by people taking the manual handling courses

Does the course fee include everything I need?
YES!
We believe in being upfront – the fee you pay will include everything you need and there are no additional hidden costs such as assessment or certification  fees.
How long does this course last?

This course is run in a 1 day session (6 hours).

Is this a regulated qualification and who is your awarding body?

We work closely with our awarding organisation to provide the best possible qualifications. Our awarding organisation is Training Qualifications UK and their registration can be viewed on the OFQUAL website: https://register.ofqual.gov.uk/

What is the course structure?

This course is made up of 1 mandatory unit which contains the following sections;

Outcome One.

Understand the reasons for safe manual handling.

Outcome Two.

Understand how manual handling risk assessments contribute to improving health and safety.

Outcome Three.

Understand the principles, types of equipment and testing requirements associated with manual handling safety.

Outcome Four.

Be able to apply safe manual handling principles.

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