food safety training gloucester

Food Hygiene Course (Level 2)

£69.99 £25.00


DATE Tuesday, 19 March 2019

TIME 10 am – 3 pm

VENUE Expert Training Ltd, No 1 Business Centre, 1 Alvin Street, Gloucester, GL1 3EJ

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Food Safety training course is designed for employees who located in Gloucester and work in food environment. It teaches essential principles of good food handling practices to anyone who is a starter in an environment where food may be prepared or stored. This Level 2 course is delivered over a 5-hour session and assists with meeting Food Safety Act of 1990; a variety of food safety/hygiene regulations including those introduced in 2006; and the Food Information for Consumers Regulation. It enables food businesses to ensure that their food handlers are trained in food hygiene and food safety in a way that is appropriate to the work they do and enables them to handle food safely and hygienically.

Course candidates will learn how to comply with the latest legislation and their legal obligation for catering training to ensure that food is prepared, cooked and handled in a safe and hygienic manner to comply with food hygiene standards.



Food Hygiene (Level 2)

Upon successful completion of the session questionnaire.

The objectives of the qualification include supporting a role in the workplace and giving learners personal growth and compliance with Food Safety Standards Agency and Care Quality Commission Regulations.



On completion of this course, successful candidates will be able to:

  • Personal protection
  • Food purchase
  • The main food poisoning bacteria
  • In-transit protection of food safety training Gloucester
  • Safe storage of food
  • Safe food preparation
  • Cleaning
  • Cooking safely
  • Food Safety Practices within the workplace
To meet CQC regulation, where it is part of the care worker role to serve food, providers must make sure that people have enough to eat and drink to meet their nutrition and hydration needs and receive the support they need to do so. People must have their nutritional needs assessed and food must be provided to meet those needs. This includes where people are prescribed nutritional supplements and/or parenteral nutrition. People’s preferences, religious and cultural backgrounds must be taken into account when providing food and drink.