What is a food and hygiene certificate?
How do you get a food hygiene certificate?
- STEP 1: CHECK REQUIREMENTS. Check state and local regulatory information and your organization’s policies to determine your training and certification needs.
- STEP 2: SELECT TRAINING AND EXAM OPTIONS. …
- STEP 3: FIND INSTRUCTOR/PROCTOR OR CLASS. …
- STEP 4: PURCHASE MATERIALS. …
- STEP 5: TAKE COURSE. …
- STEP 6: TAKE EXAM.
Do you need a food hygiene certificate to serve food to the public?
How long is a food safety certificate valid?
Can I make and sell food from home?
Will an EHO accept my Level 2, 3 and 4 food hygiene certificates?
Our training course meets the required standards recognised by an EHO, but you will have to demonstrate proof of learning and that you are implementing this knowledge into your everyday role.
Environmental Health Officers MUST remain impartial. They cannot favour one training company or product over another. This is worth knowing if an EHO queries your choice of provider.
Our course meets nationally recognised standards that an EHO must recognise because of the steps we have taken to satisfy HABC and CIEH, our accrediting bodies.
The role of an EHO is to ensure that you are preparing, cooking or serving food to the general public in a safe manner and it will not cause injury to a person.
Does the training have to be an accredited Level 2, 3 or 4 course?
Your training does not have to be accredited. We think it’s important to give you honest answers.
An Environmental Health Officer (EHO) is more interested in the following:
An EHO’s role is primarily to ensure that you are preparing, cooking or serving food to the general public in a safe manner and it will not harm anyone. Your training may be in-house, a CPD (Continuing Professional Development) course or fully Accredited. The important point is that you receive training, understand it and put it into practice.