Supervising Food Safety Level 3
Supervising Food Safety Level 3 is an advanced training course that provides learners with a deeper understanding of food safety practices and the skills required to effectively control and minimize risks involved in the food industry. The course is designed for individuals who are responsible for supervising and managing food safety practices in various food-related industries, such as catering, retail, and hospitality.
The course covers a range of topics, including food safety legislation, foodborne illnesses, microbiology, food contamination, pest control, cleaning and disinfection, HACCP principles, and food safety management systems. These topics are covered in greater depth than in the Food Safety Level 2 course.
Learners will also learn about effective food safety management techniques, including hazard identification, risk assessment, and risk management. The course emphasizes the importance of creating a food safety culture and the role of effective communication in achieving this goal.
The course is typically delivered over three days and includes practical exercises and assessments to ensure that learners have a thorough understanding of the course content. Successful candidates will be issued with a certificate valid for 3 years, which demonstrates their competence in food safety practices and their ability to effectively manage and supervise food safety in their workplace. The course costs £1545 for up to 12 learners. Prices may vary according to your unique requirements.
- Understand the importance of labelling foods for allergens and the effects of allergic reactions
- Understand correct storage, temperature control and preservation methods
- Describe the importance of kitchen design and cleaning procedures about food hygiene and safety
- Understand safe food handling and how to prevent pest contamination
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.