09:30 to 16:30
1 week course
09:30 to 12:30
4 week course
This Course is designed to provide the required nationally recognised accredited award in catering at Level 2 for anyone who is involved in the preparation and provision of food to the general public.
The course content will highlight learner’s legal responsibilities, identifying risks to produce through a detailed examination of cross-contamination, cooking, chilling and cleaning practices. All learners will undertake an assessment under exam condition, which if successful will result in them gaining the award which in turn can be utilised to maintain or gain employment in the food industry.
How long is the course?
3.0 hours per week for 3 weeks (9.0 hours in total)
What will I learn?
By the end of the course, learners will be able to:
List 3 recommended food handling practices that help prevent cross-contamination.
Explain the difference between a detergent, a disinfectant and a sanitiser.
Describe 3 different types of food hazards.
List the 3 elements required for the growth of bacteria.
Identify recommended safe temperatures for food processing and storage.
How will the course be assessed?
Learners attend via the online platform on a set day and time. They will be given access to Moodle (VLE – Virtual Learning Environment) so activities can be completed to assess for learning.
During the course they will be learning in a variety of ways:
Question and answering techniques.
Actively listening and observing.
Completing online documentation.
Sharing what has been learnt on the course
Accessing Moodle, apps and websites for further learning opportunities.
Materials and other information
The Additional Learning Support Team work across college supporting students with a variety of learning needs in different ways. Support can be requested at enrolment or at any point throughout your course. For more information email email@example.com
For more information on booking onto a course, telephone 0333 003171
Progression and Careers
The teacher will use a range of activities to review learner’s knowledge throughout the course and identify any gaps and additional information required
Learners will receive feedback in order to further develop their knowledge
Learners will assess their knowledge at the start of the course and again at the end against the learning outcomes. This allows them to identify how much they have learnt and where they might need to do further study or research.
Learners will also be supported to set an individual target(s) for the course based on personal goals and aspirations.