Food safety – intermediate (level 3)


15-17 October 2024



Members - £670 + VAT
Non-members - £870 + VAT


Campden BRI, Chipping Campden

Delegate Feedback 2023:

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Benefits of attending

The supervision of people who are handling and producing food is a responsible task. It is essential that the supervisor identify and prevent or control any potential hazards and are equipped to effectively manage food handlers on safety issues. This course provides the key information on how to achieve and maintain good standards of food safety; building on the essential knowledge covered by foundation/basic food hygiene courses. The course is approved by the Royal Society for Public Health.

Training Course content

  • Relationship between food hygiene and food poisoning
  • Structure and characteristics of bacteria causing illness or spoilage of food
  • Food poisoning and food-borne disease
  • Physical contamination of food and its prevention
  • Food storage and temperature control
  • Food preservation
  • Design and construction of food premises and equipment
  • Cleaning and disinfection
  • Pest control
  • Personal hygiene
  • Legislation
  • Supervisory managemen

"Supervising Food Safety (Level 3)" Richard A Sprenger (2017, 17th Edition) is the recommended reading for the course, and is included with the course notes.

The multiple choice examination takes place on the final day of the course. Delegates will sit the RSPH Level 3 Award in Food Safety for Food Manufacturing.

This course can be customised and is available in house - please contact for more information.

Event Director - Caroline Goodburn

Related training

Food safety – advanced (level 4)

Further information

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