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Food Hygiene And Safety For Residential Care Homes (Level 2)

Food Hygiene And Safety For Residential Care Homes (Level 2)

This course will give an overview of food safety and hygiene regulations that outline the preparation and sale of food that is safe to eat. This course meets regulations for food handlers in the United Kingdom.


Duration: 1 Hour     CPD Points: 1

  • Objectives

    At the end of this course, the learner will be able to: 

    • Understand how to comply with food hygiene regulations
    • Demonstrate how to make food safely
    • Describe how to train staff members in proper food safety
  • Course Content

    Unit 1

    • Course Introduction – Food Safety Management for Residential Care Homes
    • Food Hygiene Ratings
    • Understanding Your Food Hygiene Rating
    • Best Practices When Working with Food
    • Hand Washing
    • Cross-Contamination
    • Cloths
    • Separating Foods
    • Food Allergies
    • Common Allergens
    • Managing an Allergic Reaction
    • Physical and Chemical Contamination
    • Pest Control
    • Maintenance
    • Extra Care: Protecting Food
    • Cleaning
    • High Priority Cleaning
    • Dishwashers & Other Cleaning
    • Managing Food Waste
    • Cleaning Schedules
    • Chilling Foods
    • Chilling Down Hot Food
    • Defrosting
    • Freezing
    • Cooking
    • Properly Cooked Foods
    • Foods Requiring Extra Care
    • Reheating
    • Acrylamide
    • Hot Holding
    • Ready-to-Eat Food
    • Management
    • Additional Checks
    • Managing Allergen Information
    • Training and Supervision
    • Customers
    • Suppliers and Contractors
    • Stock Control
    • Product Withdrawal and Recall
    • Mini Kitchens
    • Gift Food
    • Donated Food
  • Certification

    On successful completion of the quiz, you will be awarded a CPD accredited Food Hygiene And Safety For Residential Care Homes (Level 2) free course certificate.


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