This one-day Royal Society of Public Health (RSPH) certificated course run by Trina Booth, is aimed at anyone in the community and voluntary sector who handles food, will cover all of the legal requirements for food handling and preparation and is the standard entry level course for working in the food and catering industry.
It will cover:
- Food safety and hygiene hazards
- Temperature control
- Refrigeration, chilling and cold holding
- Cooking, hot holding and reheating
- Food handling and hygiene
- Principles of safe food storage
- Food premises and equipment
Course participants will need to bring photo ID for registering for the above RSPH qualification, e.g. passport or driving licence. To receive the certificate, participants must pass a multiple choice test at the end of the course. Should participants need extra help to take the test, this can be arranged.
We are very pleased to let you know about our free training events which we are running in June and July for volunteers, paid workers, management committee members and community activists from community groups in the following neighbourhoods in Brighton & Hove:
Bates Estate, Bevendean, Bristol Estate, Brunswick & Regency, Coldean, Coombe Road, Hangleton & Knoll, Hollingbury, Hollingdean, Lewes Road Triangle, London Road, Manor Farm, Meadow View, Moulsecoomb, Portland Road & Clarendon, Portslade, Queens Park & Craven Vale, Saunders Park, Saltdean, St James and Kemptown, St Peters and North Laine, Tarner and Eastern Road, Whitehawk, Woodingdean.
Booking is essential via email@example.com or 01273 810248.
Venue: New Larchwood Community Café|
Waldron Avenue, Coldean, Brighton, BN1 9EZ
Cost: Free, but booking essential
Contact: Elaine Elliott
Telephone: 01273 810248
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