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Basic Food Hygiene Training (LEVEL 2 AWARD IN FOOD SAFETY)

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

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

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