Level Four Award in Food Safety Management for, Manufacturing

The manufacturing environment requires many stringent food safety controls to be in place with traceability of product being of paramount importance. The sound theoretical knowledge gained through the qualification will allow management to confidently ensure the safe production of food in any manufacturing / catering environment from ingredients intake to final product despatch or from cooked and served to the customer.  On achieving a HABC/CIEH Level 4 Food Safety Qualification, competence to safely supervise others will also be demonstrated through a summative assessment at the end of the course. As an employee or an employer this would ensure the way forward for management to necessitate the underpinning knowledge to ensure correct information is sent out to the staff and communicate all necessary requirements. To ensure food safe systems of work are maintained, monitored and reviewed. Thus help retain future insurance of the production of safe food.

 

What will I study?

Entry level three

How will I be assessed?

Two and a half hour written exam HABC Two and a half hour exam plus two assignments CIEH.

What next?

From this award a level four in Management through the ILM or an NVQ route, with additional chance for progression to level five.  Also PTTLS for people who wish to take the training route and teach level two food safety in their place of work. Please check with your awarding body first for centre status.  As an employee or an employer this would ensure the way forward for management or trainers to necessitate the underpinning knowledge to ensure correct information is delivered to the staff and communication of all necessary requirements is understood and in place.

Potential employment  opportunities (Management  Role Trainers Role)

  • Catering chef, Manager, Teachers, Trainers Assessors.
  • Confectionary, Manager, or Director
  • Health & Social Care Line Manger or Director
  • Manufacturing
  • Quality control, Technical Managers, Production Managers Food technologists
  • Retail Manager
  • Sports & Leisure Supervisors
  • Voluntary Workers  Project workers, Team leaders

Additional information

For start dates and fees, consult the relevant course guides below or you can request a prospectus by post.

Full Time 2017 Higher Education 2017 Apprenticeships Spring Part-time Course Guide 2017