The Level 4 Award in Managing Food Safety is a course aimed at for managers, supervisors and QA/QC/senior hygiene personnel, who devise, implement and monitor/audit food safety systems, and for those who want to become trainers.
Course Title; Level 4 in Award in Managing Food Safety
Aim; To equip delegates to put food safety management systems in to place, through detailed understanding of the hazards, legal requirements (including HACCP) and the issues surrounding the implementation of control measures.
*Understand the meaning of ‘management of food safety’, and the elements of a management system, including HACCP.
*Detailed understanding of the four main hazards; biological, allergens, chemical and physical.
*Understand the format of UK and European food safety legislation.
*Understanding operational procedures for cleaning and disinfection, pest control, design and construction of facilities etc.
*Managing people; information, training, supervision etc.
*Maintaining food safety management procedures; monitoring and verification.
*Liaise with enforcement officers
*Have sufficient technical knowledge to deliver level 1 and 2 food hygiene training (with appropriate training skills)
Duration; 5 day teaching programme + 1 day for assessment.
Date; 21st, 22nd, 28th, 29th April & 6th May
Exam Date; 23rd May
Exam/Assessment; Two hour controlled assignment and a 2.5 hour written examination (both normally completed on the same day). This is an Ofqual accredited qualification.
Cost; £597 plus VAT includes notes, refreshments, lunch, the assessment & certification fees. The course cost also includes a course book and a course folder with a resource CD & DVD
Awarding Body; Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH)
Tutor; Richard Mills or Sarah Daniels
Differentiation; Prior knowledge of food safety is required: CIEH Level 3 Award in Food Safety would be desirable. Candidates should be familiar with, or aspire to, the role of management. This is a challenging course, technically and academically. Candidates require reasonable spoken and written English, and a moderate level of ICT ability. Access to a computer, for assignment research, email, etc is strongly recommended.