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Level 2 Food Hygiene & Safety Training Courses

Level 2 Food Hygiene Courses

The Level 2 Food Hygiene training courses are designed for those who work in food preparation as part of their work. The level 2 courses are divided into 4 sectors, consisting of food hygiene courses for catering, manufacturing, retail and early years. The overall course aims to help you understand legal responsibilities and best practices in relation to food safety, potential hazards, temperatures, storage, preparation and more.

It is the law that all food handlers must have a basic understanding of food hygiene in order to work safely and protect food from contamination and the public. Browse below and click on the appropriate sector for your work.

Courses Available

This Level 2 Food Hygiene course is suitable for people who serve or prepare food as part of their role within the catering sector.

    

This Level 2 Food Hygiene course is suitable for non-supervisory staff who work in retail businesses.

    

This Level 2 Food Hygiene course is suitable for people working in food production environments, within food manufacturing.

    

This Level 2 Food Hygiene course is suitable for people who serve or prepare food for children and toddlers in the Early Years sector.

    

The Food Hygiene Company provides effective and convenient online food hygiene training to food handlers in the United Kingdom. We understand that if you work in the busy manufacturing, retail, or retail food sectors, you need effective courses that meet the expectations of inspectors and the needs of your team.  We're always here to help, so please ring for any further advice.

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