Supervising Food Safety
This Level 3 Food Hygiene Training Course is designed for managers and supervisors in the catering industry to help them understand their essential day-to-day responsibilities, including how to implement the basics of a HACCP food safety management system.
Major highlights ROSPA approved course about course
The food hygiene course offers knowledge of food hygiene practices and legal responsibilities and provides further detail on the controls that can be implemented to ensure that the food handling process is as safe and hygienic as possible.
- CPD U.K CERTIFIED,
- ROSPA U.K APPROVED,
- INSTITUTE OF HOSPITALITY U.K ENDORSED,
- THE ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH OFFICER AUDITED AND APPROVED
- Equals to the royal society for public health (RSPH)U.K and chartered institute of environmental health (CIEH) U.K syllabus
- Same as the royal environmental health institute of Scotland (REHIS) elementary food hygiene syllabus
- Meets UK and EU guidelines for food businesses
Who Should Take Supervising Food Safety Course?
This Level 3 Food Hygiene course is suitable for managers and supervisors in all types of catering establishments, including restaurants, hotels, cafes, bars, fast-food outlets, takeaways, mobile food trucks, kitchens, hospitals, schools, and colleges.
- Head Chef / Head Cook
- Catering / Restaurant Manager
- Company Director
- Business Owner
- General Manager / Supervisor
- Nursery Manager
By the end of this course, learners will
- Understand why food hygiene and safety practices are essential for all food handlers in a catering environment.
- Have awareness of the relevant food safety legislation and how it can be complied with.
- Understand the different ways in which food can be contaminated and how these risks can be effectively controlled.
- Have knowledge of the way that bacteria can affect food and make it unfit for consumption, plus know how to control the risk.
- Be able to state the safe temperatures for cooking, chilling, and freezing food and understand how to take temperature readings.
- Understand the importance of cleaning schedules, managing waste, and pest control.
- Know what the law requires in regards to personal hygiene when working in catering premises.
- Understand the basics of implementing a HACCP food safety management system and recognize the tools that can be used to do so.
How Supervising Food Safety Course training certificate helps you in your career?
- Mandatory qualification: having food safety and hygiene training is mandatory for food handlers in all types of food industries from the cafeteria to the hotel to catering to store,
- Boost your career prospects: Safety is an integrated part of the hospitality sector so career growth without food safety knowledge is almost impossible in the food industry. Having an internationally recognized certificate can boost career prospects for everyone who wishes to achieve a long term career in the food industry at home and abroad with an attractive package
- Updated and competitive: Our internationally accredited courses can provide extensive knowledge about food safety and HACCP practice that can help individuals to be updated and make more dynamic and competent in the job market.
- Confidence:- extensive knowledge about the food safety/HACCP procedure can develop the confidence to the candidates and also having the internationally certified qualification can also add the confidence level to the candidates
- Improve their knowledge and expertise: The food safety training provides candidates with the latest and standard food hygiene methods with the help of well-researched and approved written study material, interactive exercises, and informative video content to help students improve their knowledge and expertise in food safety responsibilities
- Eligible for next-level qualification: greater level qualification greater opportunity with greater facility
The course is divided into 14 accessible, interactive modules and includes an assessment at the end:
- Introduction to Supervising Food Safety –
- Food Safety Legislation –
- Food Contamination –
- Controlling Contamination –
- Micro-Organisms, Food Poisoning and Viruses –
- Non-Bacterial Food Poisoning –
- Temperature Control –
- Checking, Verifying and Recording Temperatures –
- Waste, Cleaning and Disinfection –
- Pest Control –
- Personal Hygiene –
- Training Staff –
- Implementing a Food Safety Management System –
- Training Staff –