The food and beverage industry encompasses all companies involved in the processing, preparation, packaging and distribution of food and drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic). This course provides an introduction to all key aspects of the industry including licensing, health and safety, food hygiene, allergen awareness and equality and diversity.
The Licensing Act 2003 (Mandatory Licensing Conditions) Order 2010 makes it a mandatory licensing condition for all premises selling age restricted products to implement an age verification policy in relation to the sale or supply of alcohol. All premises selling or supplying alcohol for consumption on or off the premises have a due dilligence to ensure all staff are suitably trained with the knowledge to challenge the age of a customer and understand the valid forms of identification that can be accepted.
Designed specifically for those who manual hande as part of their job role. This course has been developed to take into consideration the range of movements that many workers carry out on a daily basis. Correct manual handling technique can help to reduce back strain and instill good practice across your workforce. As part of the course we consider how we should lift correctly and also where we should ask for assistance to minimise potential injury.
A designated premises supervisor (DPS) is the person who has day-to-day responsibility for the running of the business. All businesses and organisations selling or supplying alcohol, except members clubs and certain community premises must have a designated premises supervisor.
Workplace accidents and injuries cost incur large costs to business and have a profound, often lifelong impact on employees. Introducing a safety culture into your childcare setting, where safety is valued as an integral part of the business’s operation, not only saves the business time and money, it also builds a committed, loyal, healthy workforce. This course will give you the foundation to start building your safety culture.
It is a recomendation that all premises selling alcohol and other age restricted products should provide sufficient training to allow staff to gain the sufficient knowledge of age restricted products and strategies to use to assist in age verification and where necessary the refusal of service or sale to customers that are not of the required age to make a legal purchase. This course will identify a wide range of restricted products not just alcohol and tobacco. We will explain why certain products are restricted and what harm can result in these products being sold to children or young people.
Our Fire Safety Training course has been developed to raise awareness of potential fire risks within your venue. In order to minise the potential risk of fire in the workplace it is essential that everyone is aware of the common causes of fire and the appropriate actions required in the event of a fire, including safe exit from the scene.
This Equality and Diversity e-learning course has been designed to explore the Equality Act 2010 and the protected charactistics within the context of a housing, care and support setting. Promote equality and celebrate diversity in your organisation by applying the principles in this online training course.
There is a legal responsibility for all food handlers to ensure that food provided and sold to consumers is safe for them to eat. This is even more so important when it comes to the subject of food allergies; where food handlers are required to have knowledge of allergens and provide accurate allergen information for all food that they sell. This course covers allthe requirements of the Food Labelling Regulations 1996 and the European Provision of Food Information to Consumers Regulation 2o11.
The Level 2 Food Hygiene Course is essential for anybody who works with food in your setting. The law states that food handlers must be able to demonstrate appropriate food hygiene training. Our Interactive course follows the UK and EU syllabus & contains ten easy to follow modules.