Supervising Food Safety in Catering Level 3 CIEH Award
Legislation places an obligation on food business proprietors to ensure that food production is carried out in a hygienic way and to identify and control critical food safety hazards. All food handlers must be supervised and instructed and/or trained in food hygiene matters to a level appropriate to their job. The course is directed at those working as supervisors to ensure they are able to comply with legislation and can adequately supervise others.
Five Reasons to Study this Course at Chichester
1. Course tutor works very closely with local Environmental Health.
2. This course will bring you up to date with current sector practice.
3. Excellent pass rate for external candidates.
4. Taught in a relaxed atmosphere.
5. Progression onto levels 4 with same course tutor.
What will I Study?
Units include Microbiology, contamination hazards, food poisoning, personal hygiene, food spoilage and preservation, premises and equipment, cleaning and disinfection, pest management, HACCP, supervisory management and current legislation.
How will I be Taught?
This course covers the theory of food hygiene and is taught in a classroom environment using an interactive Power Point.
How will I be Assessed?
On the third day there is a 60 question multiple choice exam.
What our students say?
This was a very enjoyable course, well run and informative, giving me the tools I need to protect myself and my business from food safety issues.
Successful completion of this course will show due dilligence for legal compliance in a supervisory role. Progression onto a level 4 Food Hygiene in Management qualification.
A level 2 Food Safety in Catering or relevant industry experience.
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