Level 4 Food Safety - Classroom

Catering & Manufacturing 

Level 4 Food Safety at Hygiene Sue shows you how to develop a food safety culture within your operation. Our highly developed food hygiene training will improve personal hygiene procedures and reduce food poisoning outbreaks. 

Level 4 Food Safety - Classroom
Level 4 Food Safety - Classroom

Hygiene Sue - Classroom

Hygiene Sue - Classroom

Short industry accredited courses, delivered in a friendly atmosphere, in London, Tunbridge Wells or at your venue.  

What am I going to learn?

  • Introduction to food safety management

  • Compliance with legislation and industry guidance

  • Food safety hazards

  • Managing the operational requirements of a safer food business

  • Cleaning and disinfection regimes

  • Supplier quality and safety controls

  • Pest control

  • Monitoring and maintaining the implementation of food safety management procedures

  • Communication, sources of information and training​

Is there a test involved?

This qualification is assessed through a 2-part examination. 

  • Part one is a 30 question multiple-choice examination. 

  • Part two is a written examination where learners choose 4 from 6 questions, totaling to a possible 70 marks. 

  • Successful learners must achieve a total of at least 60 marks out of 100 across the two parts of the exam.

  • A Merit will be awarded at 70/100 and a Distinction will be awarded at 80/100. The duration of the examination is 2 ½ hours.

Things you should know

It is recommended that candidates have the CIEH or Highfield Level 3 Food Safety Award or equivalent knowledge. This qualification requires candidates to have an analytical approach to food hygiene. Candidates will be encouraged to demonstrate how they can communicate legislation and positively encourage good standards within the workplace. The course, workbooks and exam papers are available only in English. 

"If you don’t pass the first time, the second time is free"

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