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Level 1 Food Safety Awareness Course in Catering

TARGET AUDIENCE This course is aimed at anyone working in catering or hospitality whether employed or self employed, working in restaurants, hotels, fast food outlets, takeaways, cafes, bars, kitchens, catering in hospitals, schools, colleges, and residential care and nursing home type environments.If you work as a food delivery driver ( e.g. for takeaways ), in front of house type job roles such as waiters, bar staff or back of house in a kitchen porter type role then this course will meet your requirements.However if you are a food handler preparing food in the environments listed above you will need to complete a Level 2 Food Safety Course. Importantly in order to demonstrate you are meeting legal requirements it will be necessary for food handlers to complete the Level 2 Food Safety Course. DURATION and CERTIFICATION The training and test usually take between 1 to 2 hours to complete (depending on learning speed). Learners complete a timed 30 minutes multiple choice type exam, comprising 15 questions, and are required to achieve a 67% pass mark, and, if necessary, may attempt the test 3 times at no extra cost, having revisited the training material. Certificates are printed online on successful completion of the course. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS There are no specific entry requirements for this course. ACCREDITATION This course is accredited by the CPD certification service.Click on the link on the front page to find out more about the course programme and learning outcomes :Level 1 Food Safety Awareness Course in Catering Course Programme Learning Outcomes. Once you are satisfied this is the course for you return to the available courses icon on the front page and click on the blue main heading with pay pal logo (P) and you will be taken to the pay pal payment page. If you are an employer/teacher and you wish to enrol a number of students or if you do not have apaypal account, please contact us by email: to make arrangements.
Creator: fsmatters ltd t/a fsm online training - Publisher: altan ahmetSend message about Level 1 Food Safety Awareness Course in Catering
Subject: Food Hygiene - Audience: Students - Educational level: Secondary
Language: English - License: All rights reserved - Time updated: Sunday, March 10, 2019, 3:15 PM
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