Online Level 1, 2 and 3 Food Hygiene Training from High Speed Training
This course, often referred to as the basic food hygiene certificate, is for anyone who works in a setting where food is cooked, prepared or handled.
All food handlers can satisfy their legal requirement by taking this course.
This course, often referred to as the intermediate food hygiene certificate, is for supervisors and managers.
This is also for those who are responsible for developing and controlling food safety management systems.
This introductory course gives an awareness of the hazards of handling low risk food.
In order to meet the legal requirements, all food handlers are recommended to take the Level 2 course.
For food businesses looking for more information on food safety systems, we recommend taking one of our online HACCP training courses. Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) training provides a full understanding of food safety management to ensure that your business is effectively assessing, controlling, monitoring and reviewing food safety procedures.
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To get a food hygiene certificate, purchase and complete the level of training you require for your job role and you will receive a professionally printed certificate in the post and be able to download a digital copy immediately upon course completion.
Whilst there is no expiry date on any of our food hygiene courses, industry best practice is to renew your training every three years.
No, you do not need to have any prior knowledge of food hygiene before taking any level of our food hygiene courses. The levels are just an indicator of the depth of knowledge within each training course. You should take the training that is appropriate for your involvement in food preparation.
Yes, all of our courses are certified by CPD (Continuing Professional Development), approved by RoSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents), and endorsed by the Institute of Hospitality. Our food hygiene courses are also approved by Environmental Health Officers.
If it’s on a small scale or ad-hoc basis, you do not legally require food hygiene training. If you have registered as a business however, you will require food hygiene training equivalent to your work activities.
The food hygiene certificate you need will depend on the industry you work in and how much your job role involves you interacting with food. Use our Course Chooser to help find the right course for you.