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Clay Bottom Allotments, Bristol

QA L2 Award in Food Safety in Catering (outdoor cooking emphasis)

The aim of the day is to combine the theory of food safety with the practical skills of cooking lunch in the outdoors developing good practice guidelines in hopefully a fun, interactive manner.

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QA L2 Award in Food Safety in Catering (outdoor cooking emphasis)
QA L2 Award in Food Safety in Catering (outdoor cooking emphasis)

Time & Location

Mar 10, 2018, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Clay Bottom Allotments, Bristol, Bristol BS5 6RP, UK

About the event

Course fees: £70

The fees include a book, a hot lunch cooked on the fire, exam fee & certification (if successful)

The Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering (outdoors) has been designed to address the food

safety needs of the catering and hospitality sector but adding the additions of cooking outdoors!

As Forest School Leaders, Children’s workers, Scouts, Guides, voluntary helpers, food handlers,

this training would be good for you as you have the responsibility to keep children, young people

and adults safe. The qualification is designed to give an appreciation of good hygiene practice.

There is emphasis on the 4 Cs (chilling, cooking, cleaning, contamination). Monitoring controls,

corrective actions and methods of reporting are examined as part of a food safety management

system. It is aimed at those of you who perform a varied food handler’s role with some guidance

and supervision.

The training is run by Sarah Blake who initially established this course with Lantra Awards, but

now delivers this using the nationally recognised level two qualification. A multiple-choice test

will conclude at the end of the course. After successful completion candidates will receive a

certificate from Qualsafe and a ‘Blake Training’ certificate, personalising the additional outdoor

food safety topics covered.

The aim of the day is to combine the theory of food safety with the practical skills of cooking lunch

in the outdoors developing good practice guidelines in hopefully a fun, interactive manner.

An ‘Outline of the programme’ will include:

• Importance of Food Safety in the woods incorporating HACCP

• Microbes – Where are they “lurking”?

• Illnesses linked to food and the outdoors

• Hygiene Control - Temperature control, Storage, Handling,

Preparation, Cooking, Equipment …

• Personal Hygiene

• Food Safety Control – planning a HACCP relevant to your practice.

Tickets

  • QA L2 Award in Food Safety

    This will include a book, a hot lunch cooked on the fire, exam fee & certification (if successful)

    £70.00
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