A half- or one-day, training session to give participants a basic understanding of the importance of food hygiene for people working within health & social care. Participants will look at the impact of poor hygiene and the effects cross-contamination can have on the health of those they care for. They will look at practical things they can do to improve food hygiene in the workplace, including learning about the correct temperatures for food storage and preparation, as well as learning about current legislation surrounding food hygiene in the workplace.
People who work within the care sector in a variety of roles and who are sometimes involved in the preparation of food, including: carers, nurses, cleaners, domiciliary carers, managers and kitchen assistants.
Venue and timings
Your own training room; we suggest 10.00am–4.30pm (9.30am–12.30pm or 1.30pm–4.30pm for half-days)