First Response Training Food Safety courses are available to chefs, kitchen assistants, and other related hospitality roles. We also offer training for those working with food in Health and Social Care, with a focus on nutrition and hydration. We have over 100 trainers located throughout the UK, meaning we can carry out in-person training across England, Scotland and Wales. All of our trainers are carefully selected and regularly assessed to ensure you receive high-quality training from a qualified instructor.
The majority of our Food Safety courses are available as traditional in-person courses taught by a trainer at your chosen location. If necessary, these courses may be completed online via webinar. Our webinars are led by one of our trainers remotely and eradicate the need for travel. We also offer Food Safety eLearning and distance learning workbooks. These can be completed in the learner's own time, without a trainer.
Food Safety Courses
Aim: To provide learners with an understanding of food safety requirements and the necessary knowledge to effectively control and minimise the risks involved.
CPD Points Available
First Response Training now offers CPD (Continuing Professional Development) points. These help successful learners meet set targets in the workplace. Please get in touch for more information.
We are accredited to provide Food Safety training via Advantage Accreditation. Our own curriculum team have developed First Response Training Food Safety courses in line with guidance from national organisations. These include:
- The Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
- Food Standards Act 1999
- Food Standards Agency (FSA)
- Care Quality Commission (CQC)
- National Standards of Healthcare Cleanliness
First Response Training ensures learners are competent to prepare food safely through end-of-course assessments. These tests are designed to check the learner has understood and taken in all of the course content.