Chinese Experience - 27 Castle Street, Cirencester
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Car Park (Public) - Sheep Street, Town Centre, Cirencester
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Duration On request
Method / place Classroom-based in Cirencester (Gloucestershire)
Brief description Developed by the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health, this course covers the basic principles of food hygiene for people handling food. It includes the importance of food hygiene practice and control, food storage, preparation and processing.
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Food Hygiene Level 2 This course provides those working in the food service industry with a basic (Level 2) Award in Food Safety in Catering.
Wednesday 10:00am - 3:00pm at Fosse Way Campus (Main College Site)
Starts: Mar 03, 2010
Duration: 2 weeks
What does the course involve? Developed by the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health, this course covers the basic principles of food hygiene for people handling food. It includes the importance of food hygiene practice and control, food storage, preparation and processing.
What will I study? Day 1 Coverage of Historical material, poisoning, hygiene control, pest control, kitchen design and layout, temperature control, bacteria.
Day 2 Cleaning, legal apsects, revision, examination.
What are the entry requirements for Food Hygiene Level 2?
You do not need to have studied this subject before.
How is the course assessed?
Examination at the end of the course
Frequently Asked Questions I cook lunches for children in a local playgroup, is this course suitable for me? Yes - it is ideally suited to anyone who produced food for others to consume, especially children and the elderly.
What can I do afterwards? With this qualification you can work within the various food service industries such as catering, manufacturing or processing. It may also lead to a career in teaching nutrition or working within the public health or hygiene professions. Exam Board = RSPH
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