Food Hygiene Training

ImageA good food safety management system protects the health of consumers and protects food businesses from the risks associated with making its customers ill. There are strong moral and economic reasons for ensuring food businesses develop and operate a food safety management system, and it is a legal requirement. Major changes to UK food hygiene legislation on 11th January 2006 means that food business operators, managers, supervisors and food handlers need to be aware of a broad range of issues that might affect the long term viability of the business in which they work.

The CIEH has developed a range of new food hygiene training courses and WATA is pleased to be able to offer the new courses and qualifications.

The law requires that food handlers are trained commensurate with their work activities and in recognition of this WATA can provide the breadth of knowledge that food businesses need. This includes accredited foundation to advanced level courses for food handlers, supervisors, managers and food business operators.