Food Safety Principles Level 2
Food Safety Principles Level 2 is a training course designed to provide candidates with the essential knowledge and skills required for handling and preparing food safely. The course is aimed at individuals who are involved in food preparation, handling, and service in various food-related industries, such as catering, retail, and hospitality.
The course covers various topics related to food safety practices, including hygiene, cross-contamination, temperature control, food storage, and pest control. The course emphasizes the importance of maintaining high standards of food hygiene to prevent food-borne illnesses and ensure that food is safe for consumption.
- List the types of pests linked to food hygiene
- Explain the stages of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points
Food Safety Courses
Food Safety Principles
Aim: To provide candidates with basic information and training in accordance with current food safety practices to enable them to prepare and handle food safely.
Aim: To provide learners with information and training in accordance with current Food Safety Practices to enable them to prepare and handle food safely.
Supervising Food Safety
Aim: To provide learners with an understanding of food safety requirements and the necessary knowledge to effectively control and minimise the risks involved.
Food Safety, Nutrition and Hydration Level 1
Aim: To help healthcare support workers and adult social care workers to understand how to prepare and handle food safely and hygienically and understand the importance of good nutrition and hydration.
Food Safety, Nutrition and Hydration Level 2
Aim: To enable healthcare support workers and adult social care workers to understand the importance of food safety, including hygiene, in the preparation and handling of food and the importance of nutrition and hydration in maintaining health and wellbeing.
Food Safety Principles
This distance learning manual will provide essential information about food hygiene and safety and how this applies to a health and social care setting.
Food and Drink Safety
This is not a qualification module but not all your staff need a formal qualification. Food Hygiene regulations allow staff other than key food handlers ie: chefs, to be trained ‘to the needs of the job’.