PACEY is delighted to launch its latest online course – PACEY level 2 food safety and hygiene for early years settings. This course has been designed to support early years practitioners in England and Wales when providing food for children in their setting.
This course has been accredited by the Royal Society of Public Health (RSPH) providing reassurance that the course meets specific learning objectives and has high standards of training design. RSPH is an independent health education charity and the world’s longest-established public health body.
The course provides learners with up-to-date food hygiene information, case studies, interactive exercises and videos to ensure learners are aware of their food safety responsibilities. It will take approximately 2 hours to complete and on successful completion of the quiz you can print a certificate.
PACEY's Development Lead, Julia Kemp said:
“PACEY is delighted to launch its latest online course! We want to ensure that childcare practitioners can access high quality training to meet their needs, so we’ve designed our level 2 food safety and hygiene course to specifically support early years practitioners in England and Wales. This bright and colourful course gives learners up-to-date food hygiene information, case studies, interactive exercises and videos to ensure they are aware of their food safety responsibilities”
Shirley Cramer CBE, Chief Executive, RSPH, said:
“The education of practitioners in the principles of food safety has long been a priority for RSPH and the application of these principles in special situations such as children’s settings an be overlooked. The RSPH is delighted to support the work of PACEY through our accreditation of this e-learning programme”
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