Food safety training
Comply with legislation and show your commitment to food safety.
Wherever food is served, it is important to demonstrate the highest standards of food preparation, handling, storage and serving.
Our three CIEH food safety courses are designed with this in mind and complement the guidelines issued by the Food Standards Agency (FSA).
When you purchase any CIEH training course, you receive a set of in-depth training materials, including slides, activity sheets, textbooks and test sheets. Take a look at our sample course books for Introductory Food Safety, Foundation Food Safety and Intermediate Food Safety.
The CIEH Introductory Certificate in Food Safety is a great way to introduce beginners to the safe preparation and cooking of food.
The course will help you understand more about the importance of good food preparation. You’ll learn about training and cooking practices such as keeping yourself and your work area clean and hygienic, how food becomes contaminated and steps to reduce this. You will also learn how foodborne, pest and physical contamination pose serious health risks and the controls to reduce these risks.
The CIEH Foundation Certificate in Food Safety is designed for anyone working in a food business. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to prepare and cook food that is safe for consumption.
This course reinforces the importance of food safety and provides learners with an understanding of how to identify and control food safety hazards in their own workplace.
The CIEH Intermediate Certificate in Food Safety is designed for managers and supervisors who need a broad understanding of food safety control, and who have responsibility for developing and maintaining a food safety management system. It is recommended that all food environments should have at least one person trained to this level.
The course covers an in-depth understanding of how to apply and monitor good food safety practice. It also ensures that supervisors know how to implement food safety management procedures.