Licensing and Food Safety Responsibility
This two-day course is designed to equip candidates with necessary training and certification to comply with Food Safety Legislation and Alcohol Licensing Legislation. Candidates will be taught all aspects of basic food hygiene, bacteria and poisoning, common pests and safe working practices to enable the food handler to prepare food which meets legislative requirements. Day two of this course will provide the training required by any member of staff authorising the sale of alcohol legally in a licensed premise as they are required to hold a personal licence. In day two we cover Licensing Law, Licensing Related Legislation, Alcohol and its Influences as well as Premises Environment as detailed n the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005. On successful completion of this part of the course candidates will gain a Scottish Personal Licence Certificate.
Qualification: Scottish Certificate for Personal Licence Holders, Accrediting Body: City and GuildsQualification: Elementary Food Hygiene, Accrediting Body: Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS)
This is a two-day course, delivered in the Scottish Borders, Edinburgh and Lothians.
No formal entry requirments.
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