Food Hygiene and Safety with Eversley Training – How to Stay Out of Hot Water

National law requires that food handlers be supervised and trained in food hygiene. The responsibility for this lies with the food business operator. To meet this need, Eversley Training has launched a new website advertising their services in the training and certification of food handlers.

Getting staff trained and certified can be one of the major impediments to opening a food business. Finding courses that meet the strict requirements can be difficult. The solution to this problem lies with online learning. Eversley’s courses are web based and taken online. They can be delivered during the employee’s initial employment period or along with on-going food hygiene training.

That’s the advantage of online web-based training: it can be done at work or at home at one’s own best convenience.

Settle for nothing but the best!

Eversley Training is among the best available anywhere for the price. The founder, Kevin James, is a Qualified Environmental Health Practitioner (QEHP) with 30 years of experience in the food industry. He has worked in Quality Control for a major supermarket as well as with a local authority as Chief Environmental Health Officer. He knows the business from both the commercial and governmental sides. He intimately understands the difficulties faced by food businesses in complying with regulations and ensuring their staffs are trained and certified.

A Three-Course Meal

Eversley offers three certification courses: Food Hygiene Level2, Food Hygiene Level 3, and Food Allergy Training.

Food Hygiene Certification Level 2

The basic food hygiene certificate is the Food Hygiene Level 2 course. It supplies the basics of knowledge for anyone employed by the hospitality or catering industry. This course is appropriate for the staff of hotels, restaurants, and bars as well as hospitals and schools where food is served.

Food Hygiene Certification Level 3

The Food Hygiene Level 3 certification course is appropriate for supervisors, managers of establishments that serve food, and the owners of hotels and restaurants. The training covers Food Poisoning & Food Borne Infection, Food Hygiene Law, Design of Food Premises, and Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP). National regulations recommend that at least one person on the premises be trained to Level 3.

Food Allergy Awareness Course

Food allergies are a serious matter and every business person in the food sector must be aware of his or her responsibilities in this area. The Food Allergy Awareness Course will teach you about the foods most commonly associated with allergies as well as your legal duties with regard to handling and labelling them. You will learn the difference between allergies, intolerance, anaphylaxis and coeliac disease, the most common symptoms, and the 14 allergens that must be declared in all food products.

Accreditation

All Eversley courses meet the legal requirements of businesses to train and certify food handlers. The Food Safety & Hygiene Certificate Level 2 is accredited by the Open & Distance Learning Quality Council, which was established by the government in 1968. It is also EHO Approved and recognized by local authorities.

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Getting staff trained and certified can be one of the major impediments to opening a food business. Finding courses that meet the strict requirements can be difficult. The solution to this problem lies with online learning. Eversley’s courses are web based and taken online. They can be delivered during the employee’s initial employment period or along with on-going food hygiene training.

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Settle for nothing but the best!

Eversley Training is among the best available anywhere for the price. The founder, Kevin James, is a Qualified Environmental Health Practitioner (QEHP) with 30 years of experience in the food industry. He has worked in Quality Control for a major supermarket as well as with a local authority as Chief Environmental Health Officer. He knows the business from both the commercial and governmental sides. He intimately understands the difficulties faced by food businesses in complying with regulations and ensuring their staffs are trained and certified.

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Food Hygiene Certification Level 2

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