Achieving Food Hygiene Rating Level 5
In December 2008 the Food Standards Agency agreed a National Food Hygiene Rating Scheme. It is now running in all areas of Wales, Northern Ireland and in 99% of England.
In practice the rating scheme is designed to ensure that businesses that are broadly compliant with food law and are managing food safety risks will receive a rating of three … and those who are managing the risk well will receive a rating of four or five. However, significant lapses in any of the scoring criteria can also have a significant effect on the rating.
This course is intended to give you an overview of how the National Food Hygiene Rating Scheme works, what the scoring criteria are and how these are assessed by the inspectors, the appeals process, the Safer Food Better Business management system, E-Coli and concludes with some practical advice for ensuring your premises gets the best score possible.
Recommended System Requirements:
- Operating System: Windows 7+ or Mac OSX (10.8+)
- Browser: A modern and up to date web browser
- Video: Up to date video drivers
- Memory: 1Gb+ RAM
- Additional Software: Flash Player (latest version)
- Download Speed: Broadband (3Mb+)
- Course Duration: Approx 50 minutes
- Pass Mark Required: 70%
- Approved by: CPD
Note: Course Duration is based on the amount of video content shown and is rounded off. It does not account in any way for loading time or thinking time on the questions.
Short video shows the benefits of food safety training:
Online Training Cost: £27.50 per licence
Recommended Retail Price (RRP) = £35
Each module is followed by a short set of questions
An opportunity is provided to revisit sections of the module before answers are finalised
Users can save their progress if unable to complete the course in one sitting
Course can be completed at the delegates pace
A certificate is generated automatically at the end of the course for you to save or print
Three attempts to answer the correct question within a module
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