Food Hygiene & Safety Courses training courses online at Level 1, 2 & 3. Accredited by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health.
If you handle food you must recieve training. This is to ensure the safety of your customers, but it will also protect the reputation of your company and ensure the profits and security of employees. If you spend time and money on training you deserve the best.
The CIEH have the national responsibility to ensure commercial food production is safe. They police the food industry and having food hygiene courses endorsed by the CIEH will ensure that your training will meet all inspection and audit requirements. Be safe, be sure, get the best and feel confident.
Making sure you purchase the correct Food Hygiene Course is something that Train4Food can always help with. Not only can you read all about the different courses on our website but we always offer advice over the phone if you would like to discuss your food hygiene needs.
The instantly printable food hygiene certificate displays the CIEH logo. No waiting to receive your certificate via the post.
Need training in a Level 2 Food Hygiene & Safety course?
The instantly printable food hygiene course certificate all display the CIEH logo. Can be completed within 1.5 hours.
Take a basic food hygiene course with our Level 1 Food Hygiene & Safety course.
Food poisoning outbreaks, including E.coli infection, Salmonella, Norovirus and Listeria, are at an unacceptable level all over the world.
Such infection may cause at best unpleasantness, at worst severe sickness and even death. For businesses,
a food poisoning outbreak can cause the loss of reputation, loss of contracts, prosecution and even closure.
Good training will help support good food handling practices in your staff, and will ultimately protect your customers and your reputation. Only the best training carries the best accreditation CIEH is your guarantee of a good course. Buy the best, don’t waste your time and money on poor certification.
Food Hygiene Certificates don't expire but it is recommended that you renew your food handling knowledge every 3 years as a way of staying upto date with any changes to legislation or food hygiene technological developments.