Food & Safety are a dedicated company that offer expert advice and provide high quality treatment(s) of all known pests that intrude in to your home or business. Our specialist technicians are all employed by us and are not sub-contractors, which enables us to make sure all our company values are adhered to and ensure that our domestic and commercial clients are fully satisfied with every part of the treatment process or contracted works.
As well as our domestic customers, we service commercial premises including restaurants, takeaways, schools, and shops. We can offer both one off treatments and full service contracts.
Business and trade customers are left with a pest control file that shows in detail all the chemicals used, which devices have been used and where they are installed, name of the technician with the date and time of visit.
It is recommended by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) that employers in the health or social care sectors should deliver the Care Certificate as part of their staff induction programmes. This e-learning course is the ideal resource to allow staff to go on to achieve the full Care Certificate or the relevant standards within it.
Once you have completed our online course, your employer, or workplace can then use this course as evidence of competence to sign off these training modules against your training record. With the addition of the required workplace assessments, the employer can issue you with the Care Certificate.
If it is not a requirement to complete the full 15 module Care Certificate, specific standards can be selected here.
Who should take this course?
Anyone starting work in the health or social care sectors should complete the certificate, including health care assistants, assistant practitioners, care support workers, adult social care workers providing direct care in residential and nursing homes and hospices and home care workers.
What does it cover?
This e-learning course consists of the 15 standards that make up the complete knowledge requirement of the Care Certificate. There is a 30-60 minute course for each of the standards, which test employees’ knowledge and understanding. The standards covered in this course are:
What do learners achieve?
This e-learning programme is flexible so that each learner can complete the standards that are specific to their role. It is also mapped to units on the Qualification and Credit Framework (QCF) relating to health and social care qualifications, meaning learners can use the standards they have completed as recognised prior learning.
Completion of this e-learning course will confirm a learner’s understanding of the knowledge elements of the Care Certificate. Following this, once the competence elements of the Care Certificate have been observed in the workplace, it can be awarded by the employer.
Key benefits include:
Interactive and engaging resource to support the delivery of the Care Certificate;
Flexible delivery model, which allows learners to manage the pace of their own learning;
Facility to revisit modules for revision or refreshment;
A learner’s knowledge is assessed and recorded;
Tracked record of a learner’s progress;
Links to Highfield e-kits for enhanced assessment;
Individual units available; and
Facility to add employer or training-provider branding.
The law requires alcohol sales on licensed premises to be made or authorised by a personal licence holder. Individuals applying for a personal licence must hold an accredited licensing qualification such as the HABC Level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders (RQF).
This qualification is accredited by both Ofqual and the Home Office, and has been designed to meet the statutory requirements of the Licensing Act 2003.
The aim of this qualification is to provide individuals with essential knowledge of the legal framework surrounding the sale of alcohol in England and Wales. This includes key information on:
• the responsibilities of personal licence holders
• duties of the designated premises supervisor
• the role of licensing authorities and police powers regarding licensed premises
Achievement of this qualification forms an essential part of the personal licence application and enables those selling or authorising alcohol sales to operate both legally and responsibly.
This qualification is assessed through a 40-question multiple-choice question examination. The duration of the
examination is 1 hour. Successful learners must achieve a score of at least 28 out of 40.
HABC Level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders
1 day: 9.00 - 17.00
Those who operate in a supervisory role in the workplace need to be aware of their responsibilities with regard to food safety. Most food poisoning outbreaks can be traced back to a failure of those responsible for communicating and implementing hygiene standards. The Level 3 Qualifications ensure that supervisors are aware of the legislation applicable to food safety and how to best communicate the required standards to employees. Note: This course is still commonly referred to as intermediate food hygiene
Who is the course for?
The Level 3 Award in Supervising Food Safety in Catering is a qualification aimed at supervisors, team leaders and line managers working in the catering and other related industries for example those providing food in the care industry. The qualification is also suitable for those owning / managing smaller food businesses. The qualification is intended predominantly for candidates already working in catering.
What does the course cover?
Summary of Learning Outcomes
An essential element of high food safety standards in any business is the ability to motivate, train and supervise staff to ensure they are competent food handlers. The relevant and practical style of the Level 3 Qualifications will ensure that supervisors have the confidence to lead by example, encourage good hygiene practices and take appropriate corrective action to make sure that all food activities are safe. On achieving a Level 3 Food Safety Qualification, competence to safely supervise others can be demonstrated.
How is the qualification assessed?
This is a single unit qualification, assessed by a 2 hour, 60 question multi-choice examination. Successful candidates must achieve a score of at least 40/60 Candidates will have achieved a merit if they achieve 50/60.
Food Safety Training is a legal requirement for all Catering Businesses in the United Kingdom and Europe. It is the businesses responsibility, along with the management, to ensure that all staff are trained to the level required for their job role within the food business.
This course will enable candidates to understand the importance of implementing a food safety management system, based on the Codex HACCP principles, in a Food Manufacturing environment. They will learn their role in ensuring the effective operation of the HACCP system and gain the knowledge to identify, control and monitor hazards at points critical to food safety within their business. Candidates will also understand the importance of taking corrective action when critical limits are breached and become familiar with the documentation and records needed to support a HACCP system.
Persons completing this course will have knowledge and understanding of the concept and benefits of HACCP and will be able to contribute to the development of HACCP and apply the principles of HACCP within manufacturing businesses.
The qualification covers the following topics:
20 question multi-choice paper
Pass mark - 12 correct answers out of 20 questions.
The HABC Level 2 Award in HACCP for Catering is a qualification aimed at caterers and other food handlers. The qualification is intended for candidates already working in catering and those who are preparing to work in the industry, and will be especially useful for those involved in maintaining HACCP in a catering environment, and for those who are or will be part of a HACCP team.
This qualification covers the principles of HACCP including the need for a food safety management system to be in place, identifying critical control points and critical limits as well as the processes of monitoring, verification and implementing corrective actions. HACCP is regarded by the Food Standards Agency as being important to maintaining good practice in the production of safe food.
The HABC Level 2 Award in HACCP for Catering is a National Award written and accredited by HABC.
This qualification is outside the RQF; however, it could be used as prior knowledge to enrol onto a RQF qualification in the future.
How long will it take me to achieve this qualification?
This qualification is usually achieved by taking a one-day course. However, it can also be achieved through a variety of other methods including blended and distance learning, as long as the recommended learning hours are completed.
How is the qualification assessed?
It is assessed through a one-hour, 30-question multiple-choice examination.
Learners must achieve at least 20 correct answers in order to pass.
The aim of the Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering qualification is to provide candidates with knowledge of the basic food safety practices that is essential in the catering industry. This includes the hazards and risks to food safety presented by food operations and personnel together with cost-effective, practical control measures. The Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering qualification can be taken as a free standing qualification or as part of a wider programme of training.
Who is the course for?
The Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering is a qualification aimed at caterers and other food handlers. The qualification is intended for candidates already working in catering and those who are preparing to work in the industry.
Persons gaining this qualification will know that food safety is the responsibility of everyone involved in the storage, preparation, cooking, service and handling of food. Its topics are regarded by the Foods Standards Agency as being important to maintaining good practice in the production of safe food. Topics covered:
The achievement of the Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering qualification will enable learners to identify how to make changes to catering practices in order to improve the safety of catering services.
This is a single unit qualification, assessed by a 1 hour, 30 question multiple-choice examination. Successful candidates must achieve a score of at least 20/30.
Our emergency first aid at work training courses are suitable for small to medium sized workplaces with less than 100 employees, or low-risk environments such as retail units.
This one day training course is designed for nominated workplace first aiders, or anyone who as part of their employment or day-to-day life requires suitable first aid training. This course enables attendees to carry out the duties of a first aider in a safe and approved manner with no risk to self or third party.
The course content includes:
Employers are legally required by Fire Safety Regulations (The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005) to provide information, instruction and training to employees about fire precautions in the workplace.
This course helps you to fulfil this obligation by providing your staff with the knowledge and understanding required to act safely in the event of a fire in the workplace.