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Food Safety in Catering Level 2 Award

Do you know how to handle food safely? This course is designed for anyone working in a catering or hospitality setting where food is prepared, cooked and served. Typical environments may include pubs, hotels, restaurants, fast-food outlets, hospitals, care and nursing homes, schools, prisons and the armed forces.

The course covers the following topics:
• introduction to food safety
• the law
• food safety hazards
• taking temperatures
• food handling
• principles of safe storage
• cleaning
• food premises and equipment
The course leads to the CIEH Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering, which is assessed by a 30-question multiple choice examination.
There are no formal entry requirements but all students must undertake an initial assessment before being admitted onto the course.
We can give you advice and information to help you plan your next step, whether you would like to take another course in the college or elsewhere, or are looking for work in this sector.
Location: Banbury and Bicester campuses

case study

In just over three years, Oliver Shore has gone from dreaming of a career in cookery to working full-time as a chef and even serving a meal for Sir Richard Branson.

Oliver first came across cooking as a potential career when he studied food tech at school. He enjoyed it so much he thought it would be a great career to pursue at college.

The proximity of Banbury and Bicester College and the quality of the courses on offer were attractive to Oliver, so he registered to attend one of our Open Events. This was a great opportunity for Oliver to find out more about the Level 3 Professional Chef’s Diploma, the hospitality and catering facilities and staff - something he clearly enjoyed: “Seeing the kitchens and becoming more aware of what I could learn was great. The staff were friendly and helpful, too”.

Read more about Oliver's story.

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