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Who Should Attend? This course is designed for all individuals who handle food and drink as part of their everyday or occasional working practices. This would include proprietors, managers and supervisors. Course Content ? General Introduction and What's in the News ? Symptoms and Main Causes of Food Poisoning ? Bacteriology ? Prevention of Contamination and Food Poisoning ? Personal Hygiene Standards ? Premises, Equipment and Pest Control ? Cleaning and Disinfection ? EU and UK Legislation as it relates to food quality and safety Benefits of the Course ? Increased staff knowledge and awareness of Food Hygiene ? Better understanding of their role in the prevention of food poisoning ? Forms part of Due Diligence ? Successful delegates will receive a certificate from the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Duration The duration of the course is 6 hours. We usually aim to start the course at 9.00am and therefore taking into account time for refreshment and lunch breaks, the course usually finishes by 5.00pm. Venue Courses may be held at your premises. We appreciate that it is sometimes difficult to release staff on training courses, therefore we offer the flexibility to hold the course either as a one-day course, two half-day courses or even at a weekend, to suit your business requirements. We also regularly run open courses at centralised locations. Assessment There is a short multi-choice test at the end of the course. Candidates are required to correctly answer 20 out of 30 questions in order to achieve a Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Foundation Certificate in Food Hygiene. Test papers and course books are available in several different languages and tests can also be conducted orally. QCA Accredited

Who Should Attend? This course is designed for all individuals who handle food and drink as part of their everyday or occasional working practices. This would include proprietors, managers and supervisors. Course Content ? General Introduction and What's in the News ? Symptoms and Main Causes of Food Poisoning ? Bacteriology ? Prevention of Contamination and Food Poisoning ? Personal Hygiene...

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