This course has been designed by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH). It will equip learners with the understanding of food safety. On completion of this course, learners will be able to print a CIEH eLearning certificate which demonstrates they have adequate understanding of food safety.
The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health is the most recognisable Awarding Body within the field of Food Safety and Hygiene in the UK.
Who should complete this course?:
This course is relevant to anyone working the catering industry. In particular people who prepare, cook or handle food.
This course can be used, in part or in its entirety, to prepare learners to undertake the CIEH (Ofqual regulated) Level 2 Award.
What will I study?:
- Introduction to Food Safety
- Food Safety hazards
- Controlling the risk of bacterial contamination
- Taking temperatures
- Refrigeration, cooling and cold holding of foods
- Cooking, hot holding and re-heating of foods
- Food handlers
- Principles of safe food storage
- Food premises and equipment
- The law
How long will it take?:
This course will take approximately 3-4 hours to complete and concludes with a 30 question multiple choice assessment.
ELearning with Runway Training:
The portal is user friendly, engaging and you can easily track your progress. You will be taken through the individual modules, the course will then conclude with a 30 question course review.
Our e-learning courses are completed entirely on-line, so you do not have to go into a college or a learning centre. You will be able to access the learning portal from your own home or workplace at a time which suits you. All our resources are available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week so you can fit it in around your work and busy home life.
Runway Training have helped thousands of learners gain on-line qualifications and have excellent customer satisfaction and success rates. If this course might suit you then give us a call on 01732 402 402 or drop us an email for more information email@example.com
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