Food Hygiene Training

Food Hygiene regulations state that food businesses must make sure that all food handlers receive adequate supervision, instruction and/or training in food hygiene for the work they do.

Although there is no legal requirement for food handlers to go on a formal training course, many businesses may want their staff to have such training.

Mole Valley District Council Environmental Health and Licensing department operate a shared service with Tandridge District Council, who supply the following food hygiene training:

  • Level 2 food hygiene for food handlers (one day course).
  • Level 3 food hygiene for supervisors and managers (three day course).

Further information and details about booking onto one of their courses can be found via the Tandridge District Council website

Other suppliers of food hygiene training include:

Chartered Institute of Environmental Health

The Royal Society for Public Health



Last Updated: 02/02/2018




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