ASL Safety & Training

Course Outlines -

Course Outlines -

Food Hygiene Training

Food Hygiene Training

Who should attend: All who work with food (including delicatessen, fast-food and kitchen workers) (There is a maximum of 15 persons per course)

Duration:1 evening / week for 3 weeks, 19.00h to approx. 21.30h each evening, or 1 day

Presenter: Delivered by a professionally qualified practitioner with experience in the food industry.

Course content:

  • Session 1 Introduction, Basics of Food Hygiene, Contamination, Delivery & Storage
  • Session 2 Food Prep., Cooking and Serving, Personal Hygiene, Pest Control, Cleaning Procedures
  • Session 3 HACCP Systems, Examination


Objectives: To enable food workers to see and understand where problems could arise in the preparation, handling, storage or service of food which, if uncontrolled, could create risks of food poisoning to the consumer and the subsequent damage to the food business (up to and including being shut down and prosecuted).

Awards: On completion of the course, the student undertakes a written exam of 1 hour duration. Successful students will be awarded a Certificate in the Primary Course in Food Hygiene from the Environmental Health Officers Association.