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Catering and Food Hygiene Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering Level 3 Food Safety in Catering

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First Aid Emergency First Aid at Work First Aid at Work First Aid Refresher

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Please note that courses marked with an ‘E’ will be held at the Evesham campus and those marked with an ‘M’ will be held at the Malvern campus. If the course is to be held at a community venue the details will be listed next to the course title. The courses in this brochure may not run every term. For details of current dates, times, venues and prices please consult the current Part-time Course listings on our website or in part time course guide which is available at Reception or you can call (01386) 712695 for your free copy.

Evesham campus: Davies Road, Evesham, WR11 1LP - Telephone (01386) 712695 Malvern campus: Albert Road North, Malvern, WR14 2YH - Telephone (01684) 565351

www.sworcs.ac.uk

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Catering and Food Hygiene Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering

E

This one day qualification looks at the principles of Food Hygiene and is aimed at anyone working in a catering or hospitality setting where food is prepared, cooked and served. Typical environments may include hotels, restaurants, public houses, retailering, contract catering, fast-food outlets, hospitals, care and nursing homes, schools, prisons and the Armed Forces. The course covers the following: • Food safety hazards • Temperature control • Refrigeration, chilling and cold holding • Cooking, hot holding and reheating • Food handling • Principles of safe food storage • Cleaning • Food premises and equipment The course is assessed by multiple-choice examination and on completion of this qualification the candidate will gain a firm grasp of the importance of food safety and knowledge of the systems, techniques and procedures involved. They will have the confidence and expertise to deliver quality food safely. Refreshment of this qualification is recommended every 3 years. You are required to bring photographic identification with you on the day of the course. If you have any further questions, please contact: Jen Gardiner on (01386) 712628 or email jgardiner@sworcs.ac.uk

Level 3 Food Safety in Catering

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This course is designed for managers and supervisors in medium to large manufacturing and catering businesses. Legislation places a greater onus on accountability for food businesses and this course aims to equip you with the knowledge and confidence to do the job effectively. The qualification covers the following topics: • Legislation • Supervisory management • Temperature control (chilling, cooking) • Cleaning • Contamination control • Applying and monitoring good hygiene practices • Implementing good food safety procedures • Contributing to the safety training of others Assessment of the course is through multiple choice examination. You are required to bring photographic identification with you on the day of the course.

Level 2 Barista Skills

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Candidates will be taught skills in the preparation, presentation and serving of coffee and other beverages including how to handle and store them, how to keep equipment clean and in good working order resulting in the candidate being able to offer the best coffee experience. The qualification is made up of four learning outcomes as follows: • Demonstrate product knowledge • Clean and check equipment • Display drinks building technique • Serve Customers

First Aid South Worcestershire College is an HSE approved provider of First Aid. Emergency First Aid at Work

E/M

This one day course is for Emergency First Aid at Work. The course will follow a syllabus recommended by the Health and Safety Executive. This will enable an appointed person to participate in the event of illness, injury or an accident. Personnel in larger organisations may also benefit from this training to enable an appointed person to assist qualified First Aid staff whilst working in small groups away from their employer’s establishment. It is also suitable for those wishing to learn some basic First Aid Skills for use in everyday life. The course covers resuscitation, control of bleeding, management of unconscious casualty. It aims to raise awareness of the role of the first aider, communication and contents of a first aid box. An Emergency First Aid at Work certificate will be awarded to successful candidates. Continuous assessment takes place throughout the course. If you have any further questions, please contact: Evesham Campus – Jen Gardiner on (01386) 712628 or email jgardiner@sworcs.ac.uk Malvern Campus – Grace Hinitt on (01684) 584554 or email ghinitt@sworcs.ac.uk

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First Aid at Work Course duration:

E/M 18 hours (3 x 1 day) - can be flexible (6 x 3 hours).

This course is either for beginners or for those with some experience in first aid who may be designated by their employers and need a Certificate in First Aid. The course covers principles and practice of first aid, the structure and functions of the body, asphyxia and adult resuscitation, bleeding, wounds, circulatory failure and shock, the nervous system and unconsciousness, burns and scalds, poisoning, dressing and bandages, injuries to bone, joints, muscles and ligaments, major illnesses, accident reporting procedures. The continuous assessment takes place throughout the course with a formal assessment on the last day in both theory and practical aspects. A full First Aid at Work Certificate will be awarded to successful candidates, which meets the full requirements of the approved code of practice and guidance to the Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981. The certificate is valid for 3 years. If you have any further questions, please contact: Evesham Campus – Jen Gardiner on (01386) 712628 or email jgardiner@sworcs.ac.uk Malvern Campus – Grace Hinitt on (01684) 584554 or email ghinitt@sworcs.ac.uk

First Aid at Work - Requalification

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Duration: 12 hour course either 2x6 hours or 4x 3 hours including assessment. This course is for people who currently hold a First Aid at Work certificate. The course will follow the HSE syllabus for First Aid at Work refresher training. Students successful in the final assessment will have their First Aid at Work certificate renewed, which is valid for a further 3 years. The refresher course must be completed within one month of the expiry date of your current certificate. You must supply the college with a copy of your current certificate to provide validation. You can attend a First Aid at Work Requalification course up to 3 months before the expiry date of your current qualification. Where this has not been possible, HSE will allow an extension of 28 days beyond the expiry date, within which a requalification should be completed. If you have any further questions, please contact: Evesham Campus – Jen Gardiner on (01386) 712628 or email jgardiner@sworcs.ac.uk Malvern Campus – Grace Hinitt on (01684) 584554 or email ghinitt@sworcs.ac.uk

Adults can access an impartial advice and guidance service which provides free advice about learning, training and work options. If you would like to speak to an advisor please contact the Next Step advisor based at Connexions on 01386 444220 or visit the website on www.nextstepwestmidland.org.uk If you require any further advice on learning support, childcare facilities, financial support, transport or any other matter in relation to courses and programmes offered, please contact the main Reception at Malvern on (01684) 565351 or the Learner Services Team at Evesham on (01386) 712600.

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