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Food Hygiene & Safety Courses


Our Food Hygiene & Safety Courses

Upcoming Dates

All of our scheduled Food Hygiene & Safety training courses are delivered online via an interactive webinar.

HABC Level 2 Award in Food Safety/Hygiene (RQF)
This course is available as Qualify at Home
This course is available on the following dates
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Monday the 27th of July 2020
To Be Held As A Webinar (4 Places Left At £65 Per Delegate)

HABC Level 3 Award in Food Safety Supervision for Catering, Manufacture (RQF)
This course is available as Qualify at Home
This course is available on the following dates
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Monday the 10th of August 2020 to Tuesday the 11th of August 2020
To Be Held As A Webinar (4 Places Left At £199 Per Delegate)

HABC Level 4 Award in Food Safety Management for Food Catering or Manufacturing (RQF)
This course is available on the following dates
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Monday the 13th of July 2020 to Thursday the 16th of July 2020
To Be Held As A Webinar (4 Places Left At £750 Per Delegate)
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Monday the 17th of August 2020 to Thursday the 20th of August 2020
To Be Held As A Webinar (4 Places Left At £750 Per Delegate)

Our Food Hygiene & Safety Qualify At Home Courses

Available Courses

All of our Food Hygiene & Safety Qualify At Home training courses are accredited and delivered via Highfield online.

COVID-19 secure for offices e-learning course
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To Be Held Online (£10 Per Delegate)

HABC Level 2 Award in Food Safety/Hygiene (RQF)
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To Be Held Online (£65 Per Delegate)

HABC Level 3 Award in Food Safety Supervision for Catering, Manufacture (RQF)
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To Be Held Online (£199 Per Delegate)


Our Food Hygiene & Safety Courses Content

Training Course Content

Food safety training at Levels 2, 3 and 4

Part of complying with food safety is managing hygiene. You do this effectively by implementing the following:

Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) plan.

You usually have to write a plan based on the HACCP principles if you run a food business. This keeps your food safe from biological, chemical and physical safety hazards.

Food contact materials

Materials and packaging that can be reasonably expected to come into contact with food are called food contact materials. These can include:

  • packaging
  • food processing equipment
  • cookware
  • work surfaces

To keep food safe for consumption
  • make sure food contact materials don’t transfer anything to food they touch
  • make sure food contact materials don’t change the food they touch
  • when inspected, be able to show where the food contact materials came from

Bacteria and food poisoning

To keep food safe from bacteria, you should follow HAACP. Bacteria that cause serious health problems are:

  • E.coli O157 and campylobacter
  • salmonella, especially with the storage and handling of eggs


The Food safety training we deliver is interactive and interesting as well as informative. We use books, scenarios, information sheets, gap-fill exercises, videos and games to inform build and assess food safety knowledge and legislation. As learners progress from Level 2 to Level 3 the teaching becomes more challenging and analytical progressively becoming more analytical and scenario focused learning and assessment at Level 4.

Can you tell which chicken is considered a high-risk food?

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Before we had any food safety training, many of us could confidently answer that it’s the raw chicken. However, during training the direction of our thinking shifts as we discover that it’s the cooked chicken that is a high-risk food. Our learning alters not only our perceptions, but we become acutely aware of any hazards that cooked chicken can be exposed to and how to control these effectively. If you want to learn more about how to keep food safe to eat, join one of our food safety courses.
We are looking forward to training you.

Interactive E-learning Food Safety Level 2 Course

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Online E-Learning Course - Food Safety Level 2

Learn at your own pace in the comfort of your own home. The course features interactive and fun exercises, which provide the most learner-friendly, highly comprehensive and effective level 2 Food Safety training programme to maximise your understanding of the subject


  • Introduction to food safety
  • Microbiological hazards
  • Food poisoning and its control
  • Contamination hazards and controls
  • HACCP from delivery to service
  • Personal hygiene
  • Food premises and equipment
  • Food pests and pest control
  • Cleaning and disinfection
  • Food safety enforcement

Upon completion you will be able to download your Food Course Certificate of Completion.


Get the most from your course for just £20 more. Upon completion of the course you will be invited to our training centre in Rotherham to sit the Food Safety Level 2 exam to gain an accredited certificate recognised by employers. You will also receive online support to help you through the course.



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