HACCP Awareness Course content:-
The HACCP Awareness Course is split into 2 lessons and is followed by a 20 questions multiple choice assessment. The following is an overview of the topics covered in the HACCP Awareness Course:-
- A history of HACCP
- What is HACCP
- The aims of HACCP
- What is a hazard?
- What is a risk?
- Hazards - bacterial, physical, chemical & allergenic
- Common non-food allergens
- Common food allergens
- Deliberate harm
- Personal hygiene
- Hand washing
- Illness reporting
- Premises, equipment and suppliers
- Pest control
- Cleaning and disinfection of premises
- Cleaning and disinfection of terms
- Colour coding
- Storage and transport
- Waste management
- Allergen controls
- Staff training
- 7 steps of HACCP
- The HACCP plan
- Monitoring HACCP
- Documentation & reviews
The HACCP Awareness course is intended for:-
The HACCP Awareness course has being developed for those food workers who do not occupy a managerial or supervisory role and that are supervised in their day to day job role. If you are a worker who works unsupervised the Award in Understanding HACCP would be more relevant for you.
During the assessment, access to the learning materials will be denied to the candidate, but this will be re-instated once the test has being electronically marked. This enables the learning to be re-accessed so that the learner can re-enforce what they have already covered.
The assessment will take approximately 20 minutes and consists of 20 multiple choice questions. The candidate needs to score 15 out of 20, (75%), to gain their HACCP Awareness Certificate.
The HACCP Certificate
Successful candidates can print their CPD Certificated HACCP Awareness Certificate from their own PC. You will also receive an email allowing to you access your certificate from any other PC if preferred.
CPD, Continual Professional Development, is an internationally known verification service which acts as a reputabe external safeguard for the high quality of your certificate. The certificate will be recognised by all auditing bodies.