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Food Hygiene Training Courses

Our collection of ROSPA Assured and CPD Approved Food Hygiene training courses cover everything you need to ensure Food Safety and Hygiene compliance requirements are met.

High-Quality Online Food Hygiene Courses

Our collection of Food Hygiene training courses covers everything you need to ensure your team meet food hygiene requirements and are aware of the latest food safety guidance.

With high-quality online Food Hygiene courses we cover essential topics including:

Food Hygiene training to designed to meet your needs



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Our Food Safety training suite can be purchased as part of our Training Subscription package. You will also get access to our full catalogue of over 200 training courses covering topics such as Health & Safety, Business Compliance, Safeguarding, Leadership & Management and Personal Development

Our ready-to-go subscription is simple. Pay for the employees you’re training, give them 12 months’ unlimited access to our ever-expanding library of training courses, and get it set up in 48 hours or less. 

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Our ready-to-go training subscription is simple. No long contracts, no hassle, just quality courses that your learners will thank you for. It’s a no brainer. Speak to us today.

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Food Hygiene FAQs

  • Do food hygiene certificates expire?

    While food hygiene certificates do not have an expiry date, it is recommended that you renew it every three years.

  • What is the Food Safety Act?

    The Food Safety Act 1990 is the legal framework for all food legislation in Britain. It's designed to ensure that food handlers do not add anything to food or remove anything from it, or treat it in a way that could damage a person's health after consumption. It also states that the way food is sold, served, labelled and advertised meets the quality that customers expect.

  • Who is responsible for food safety?

    Food handlers and food businesses are responsible for the safety of the food that they provide to consumers. Their responsibilities include ensuring food is safe for consumption, and that its quality meets expectations. Food also needs to be labelled and advertised in a way that is not misleading, especially where allergies and intolerances are concerned.

  • Why is food hygiene important?

    If food is not prepared in a hygienic way, it may be unsafe for consumption and could increase the risk of foodborne illnesses. Good food hygiene is important for your business and its reputation, as well as the health of your customers. It's therefore vital to ensure all staff have received food hygiene training.