|Level 2: Award in Food Safety|
Are you putting your customers at risk?
70,000 people get food poisoning in the UK every year*
Can you afford to pay thousands in compensation?
The provision of basic food safety training is a legal requirement for all those involved in the preparation and service of food and drink.
This includes the preparation and service of all food and drink.
There were 590 reported deaths in the UK in 2000 attributed to infectious intestinal disease (IID). It is likely that a significant proportion of these will have been due to food poisoning.
The Level 2: Award in Food Safety is widely regarded as being the best and easiest way to satisfying this legal requirement.
The certificate is considered valid for a period of three years, after which it should be renewed to ensure employee’s knowledge of Food and Drink Safety Law, is current and valid.
The course is delivered over a period of 3-4 hours and culminates in a 30-minute, 30 question multiple-choice examination paper.
Successful candidates will be awarded the Level 2: Award in Food Safety
Delegates scoring over 90% will receive a Distinction Award, those who score over 75% will achieve a Merit Award, those who achieve over 65% will receive a Pass Award
* Source: FSA