It is important to manage allergens effectively in your food business to ensure food is safe for customers with food allergies. This involves including allergen information when menu planning and having good food preparation and hygiene practices in place to avoid cross-contamination in your kitchen.
This one-day Allergen Management course will ensure that you are fully aware of common allergens and intolerances. You will learn how to manage food ingredients and allergens effectively. In addition, you will understand the importance of accurate communication of ingredient information, from supplier to consumer.
The course is aimed at individuals responsible for the purchase, delivery, production and serving of food in the catering industry and is also suitable for those who own/manage a small catering business.
The course also includes details of The UK Food Information Amendment, also known as Natasha’s Law, which comes into effect from October 2021.
This new legislation requires all food businesses to provide full ingredient lists and allergen labelling on foods prepackaged for direct sale on the premises. The legislation is being introduced to protect allergy sufferers and give them confidence in the food they buy.
The cost of our online Zoom courses are more cost-effective than our public classroom courses because there is no allocation for room hire and refreshments.
You will save both time and money not having to travel to public venues. Just think – no more early starts and no more sitting in traffic queues!
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Online training is better for the environment. No omissions from car travel for both the trainer and candidates. No printed course materials as these are shared electronically.
Our courses are available for you from anywhere in the world. The only stipulation is you must be able to speak and write in English.
You can join our courses from the comfort of your own home or office. No costly staying away from home for you or the trainer, saving you money!
Save money when we deliver online courses for your in-house team because there are no charges for the trainer’s travel or overnight accommodation.
The Highfield Level 3 Award in Allergen Management examination is taken using Highfield’s new Qualify at Home remote invigilation facility.
The exam consists of a 30 multiple-choice questions.
This service enables candidates to gain a nationally recognised qualification by taking an accredited examination online. A member of the Highfield team observes them doing their exam via a webcam and mobile phone.
An added bonus of taking the exam this way is that you get to know the result and receive the certificate much faster.
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M J Watkins