Hotelier Middle East - HotelierMiddleEast.com

Level 2 Food Safety

Back
Scheduled Date: Monday, November 30, -1/Monday, November 30, -1
Training Provider: Specifico & Co
Type: Training course
City: Dubai
Country: United Arab Emirates
Sector: Catering
Languages : English

Level 2 award in food safety: (Basic Food Hygiene Training)

Who should attend
The course is designed for all food handlers, stewarding staff and any person involved directly with food who works in the food and food-related industries such as catering companies, food processors, slaughterhouses, restaurants and hotels. In addition; this basic course gives participants a foundation to enroll in Intermediate and Advanced Food Hygiene courses.

Course Objectives
- Promote essential food hygiene awareness
- Develop a food safety commitment towards the organization
- Explaining the relation between Microbiology and food poisoning
- Demonstrate the need of Good Hygiene Practices and practical on site practices in the food preparation areas
- Deliver adequate understanding of local hygiene regulations

Course material
- Lecture notes.
- Handouts
- Group exercises
- Ice-breakers

Course content
The course is informal and will cover topics including:
- Simple bacteriology
- Food poisoning & its prevention
- Prevention of food contamination
- Personal hygiene
- Design of premises & equipment
- Cleaning & disinfection
- Pest control
- Legal requirements under current legislation

Handouts will be provided.

More info
The course is of 6 hours duration and conducted during one day.
It is followed by a short multiple choice test.

TRAINING IS CONDUCTED IN ENGLISH AND ARABIC

CERTIFICATE & EXAMINATION:
All successful candidates will receive the level 2 Award in
food Safety in Catering, retail or manufacturing.


Latest programs

Other Courses in Dubai


Other Courses in Catering


Jobs in Catering


Hotelier Directory »
Search our database of more than 2,700 industry companies

Browse the directory »

ALSO IN HotelierMiddleEast.com »

Front Of House

Emirati weddings to be exempt from 10% hotel fee

Dubai Municipality has decided to drop 10% municipality fee for Emiratis holding weddings at hotels in Dubai

Read more
Back Of House

Most stylish: Rockface by Fromental

London-based firm launches new collaged wallpaper for the hospitality industry

Read more
Food & Beverage

Kennedy opens at Armed Forces Officers Club in AUH

Hotel will now directly operate the restaurant following minor refurbishment of the interiors

Read more
People

Anantara selects group veteran for Oman cluster

Firas Rashid appointed as area director of sales for the two new Anantara properties expected to open mid-2016

Read more
Business

RAK CEO keeps a "close eye" on Brexit effect

Following the devaluation of the pound, Brexit could eventually affect the number of UK visitors coming to the Middle East

Read more
LEISURE

FOH Interview: Abhilash Mony

Taj Dubai director of spa Abhilash Mony studied Ayurveda and reveals how this fits the philosophy of Taj Hotels' spa brand, Jiva

Read more