Allergy Awareness Food Hygiene course - E-learning course


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Allergy Awareness Food Hygiene course - E-learning course

The Food Information for Consumers Regulation law changed in December 2014, with implications for childcare providers. Settings that provide snacks and meals to children must be able to detail ingredients in every single food dish.

This new e-learning course will cover the following aspects

Introduction to allergens - The 14 allergens – with a bonus chapter detailing the 14 allergens and where possible suggesting alternative ingredients.
Recipe writing and ingredient panels – with a bonus chapter suggesting easy ways to help you write ingredient panels, detail the allergens in your recipes and how to set up a simple system to make sure you comply with the law, whilst keeping paperwork to a minimum.
Preventing allergenic contamination – prerequisites
Preventing allergenic contamination – service
Emergency first aid – with a bonus chapter featuring Helen Underwood, a leading expert on anaphylaxis and emergency first procedures including the use of EpiPens®. Most importantly, explaining what to do if someone has an anaphylactic reaction.
This course is fully accredited by QUALIFI, a nationally recognised UK awarding organisation regulated by OFQUAL. It covers all the mandatory UK Level 2 Allergy Awareness syllabus, includes bonus chapters and takes into account this latest change in the law.

Who is eligible? All childcare practitioners (including Childminders) who handle and prepare food in their setting/workplace

NOTE FOR HAMPSHIRE SCHOOLS – please be aware that Hampshire schools must pay for training using IBC Internal Trading, so are unable to use this Shop.

Hampshire schools should submit this online booking request to book a place, remembering to include the contact name and SAP user-id of the finance/business officer.

This will allow SfYC to raise an Internal Supplier Request for the school to complete and make payment.

(Academies and independent schools are able to use payment cards)

NON-HAMPSHIRE, OUT OF COUNTY SCHOOLS AND SETTINGS – All schools, settings and other organisations outside of Hampshire will be charged a 15% surcharge on top of the standard cost.  If a member of the SfYC team needs to travel outside of the county to deliver training, expenses/mileage may be charged from the Hampshire border. Price on application.