Why Study Food & Drink Safety as E-Learning Courses?
Those who work in the food and drink industry will need to ensure they remain compliant with the laws surrounding this area, as well as keeping their knowledge of food safety up to date. It may be difficult for delegates to take the time away from their work or business to attend a physical course, so taking an e-learning version can be an easier option, especially as e-learning courses can be spread over a longer length of time, and as such the bulk of the study can be done out of hours.
- CIEH Licensing Awareness - Food Safety - Food Safety in Catering - Health & Safety in Manufacturing - Introduction to HACCP - Food Safety in Retail - Nutrition and Hydration - Achieving Food Hygiene
As with all e-learning courses, costs vary based on the Level chosen, the duration and the topic. A course like CIEH Licensing Awareness to make candidates fully compliant with the Licensing Law Act (2003) starts at £20 per delegate, whereas a Level 3 Food Safety course currently starts at £320 per delegate.
Start and End Dates
This course format typically sets a start date and end date, but they are longer than a locational based course. The start and end dates will vary per course.
Delegates taking e-learning courses will need a functioning computer or laptop with internet connectivity, study materials including notepad and pens and preferably a quiet space in which to study and work. There may be video material included, so the computer used will need to be able to handle this.