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Gain an Accredited Food Hygiene Certificate with our Great Online Training Courses.

Preventing Contamination Courses

How often have you found a hair in your food? Horrible, I know, but the bacterial contamination associated with the hair could potentially make you ill. If you run or supervise a food company, you will be aware of how dangerous contamination and cross-contamination can be, threatening your profits, good name and even the existence of the business. It is vital that your staff are all well trained and can understand potential food hazards, where they are found, and how to minimise them.

These courses are accredited by City and Guilds. That means that they have been through rigorous examination to be allowed the City and Guilds brand, which then becomes your assurance of quality.
Buy with confidence that the training is good, and will meet your due diligence and audit requirements.

  • Hand Hygiene

    During the course of the working day our hands will touch many surfaces, door handles, and toilet seats, each time picking up bacterial contamination. Unless hand hygiene is exceptional this will be transfered to food, other people, and further surfaces. Training in hand hygiene will help to emphasise the importance of this vital subject, safeguarding your products and your business.

    £15.00 + VAT

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  • Cleaning in the Food Industry

    Cleaning is a prerequisite for HACCP. Clean food can not be prepared in dirty surroundings. Additionally the chemicals we use today are often strong and can be a hazard to the user. Cleaning is a science – there is a lot to learn.

    £25.00 + VAT

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  • Understanding E.coli

    E.coli is a potentially devastating bacteria that is able to kill. For a company to have an E.coli outbreak would threaten its existence. This essential course will help users to understand how the E.coli bacteria originates and multiplies in a food or healthcare environment. Handling food carefully can help prevent contamination with this potentially fatal disease.

    £25.00 + VAT

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  • Understanding Legionella

    The legionella bacteria lives in water. If the water is cold, for example a stream, the bacteria will multiply very slowly. However, our modern buildings are usually centrally heated or, the water is heated, for example in a swimming pool. This warmth will cause the bacteria to multiply. Showers, baths, toilets, water storage tanks – most modern buildings have them all. Any of these could form a breeding ground for legionella bacteria. Now a legal requirement, this course is essential for all owners, managers, supervisors and maintenance workers. This course is essential knowledge for those working in warm buildings, particularly where vunerable people are present, for example, care homes.

    £25.00 + VAT

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