HACCP Level 3 Award

haccp level 3Option 1:HABC Level 3 Award in HACCP for Catering
Option 2:HABC Level 3 Award in HACCP for Manufacturing

Course Description

This practical, accessible and user-friendly qualification has been created to help caterers comply with EU legislation and provides a thorough understanding of how HACCP-based procedures can be applied in a catering context. The HACCP Level 3 Award  also provides the flexibility to suit different types of businesses for both manufacturing and catering.

EU legislation requires that all businesses producing food have a documented food safety management system in place, based on Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) principles.

Although effective in theory, HACCP has been particularly difficult to establish in catering businesses because of the sheer number and variety of processes involved in preparing and serving food. The Level 3 Award in Implementing Food Safety Management Procedures aims to rectify this challenge.

Course Content

Typical Syllabus

  • In-depth knowledge of the principles of HACCP and food safety management tools and their relevance to a catering/manufacturing food safety system
  • Understanding the controls needed to protect the safety of food
  • Understanding how tools such as Safer Food Better Business can assist caterers to comply with the new regulations
  • Ability to implement a food safety management system based on HACCP principles

Duration

This course is delivered over 3 consecutive days. Course duration and timings can be bespokely and flexibly arranged.

Course Outcome

Candidates will receive a certificate awarded by HABC upon successful course completion. Completing this course will also improve candidates awareness in HACP implimentation in both the Catering and Manufacturing sectors.

Suggested progression Level 3 Award in Supervising Food Safety / Level 4 Award in Managing Food Safety.

Course Dates

For a full list of HACCP training dates for 2017 please have a look at our Facebook page.

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