Date: Thursday 25th - Friday 26th June, 2015, (9:00 -12:00 GMT each day).
Venue: College of Science Auditorium
Regulations require that anyone involved in food handling must be appropriately trained in Food Safety and Hygiene and apply it to their work. Food Businesses are to make sure that any staff who handles food are supervised, instructed and trained in Food Hygiene in a way that is appropriate to the work they do.
- Why is food safety important?
- Food hygiene and the law
- Food poisoning/food-borne illnesses
- How food becomes contaminated
- Food Preservation, Storage and Temperature Control
- Preventing contamination: the 4 Cs - Cross contamination; Cleaning; Chilling; Cooking.
- Short films for demonstration [English & Twi versions]
This training course is aimed at anyone working in a catering or hospitality environment, whether employed or self-employed, who handles food and drink as part of everyday or occasional working routines. Typically this would include people working in hotels, cafes, bars, restaurants, kitchens, fast food outlets, catering in hospitals, schools and colleges.
Fees: GH¢ 100 (One Hundred Ghana Cedis).
Registration: For registration, please contact:
Dr. Jacob K. Agbenorhevi – 0208954223 (email@example.com )
Dr. Herman E. Lutterodt – 0269355437 (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Registration closes on 19 June 2015.