In-House Food Allergen Training Courses

In-House Food Safety Course Programme

Ensure that all staff are compliant with the changes which were made to EU law in 2014; these changes mean that those working with food must have sufficient knowledge to be able to inform consumers of the allergens and ingredients which different foods contain. The course teaches delegates about the 14 allergens and where they can be found, as well as methods to prevent contamination and maintain a high level of food hygiene.

Topics Covered

  • Introduction
  • The 14 allergens
  • Changes to legislation
  • Allergens in different foods
  • Meeting legal requirements
  • Storing, packaging and labelling food
  • Displaying and selling food
  • Allergies and intolerance
  • Identifying and responding to allergic reactions
  • Maintaining food hygiene
  • Responsibilities: staff and customer

Which sectors would this food hygiene training suit?

Our Allergen Awareness course is designed for anyone whose role involves working with food, regardless of which sector this might be in:

  • Production
  • Hospitality
  • Retail
  • Manufacturing
  • Food Transportation
  • Kitchen Staff

How long is this food safety course?

This course lasts 3 hours. After successful completion, delegates will be awarded a certificate.

How is the training delivered?

We can deliver your food safety training to suit any requirements which you may have; whether you would prefer it to be delivered to you in-house, or if you would rather attend an open course at one of our 300+ centres nationwide, the choice is entirely up to you! We have instructors located across the UK, who enable us a level of flexibility which means that you can book training at a time and date to suit you.

Any other questions about our food hygiene courses?

If you are having trouble finding the course which you require, or if you have any further questions about any of our food handling programmes, please don’t hesitate to call 0800 781 2041 and one of our team will be happy to help you!

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