Hospitality & Catering

Dates

DatesDaysTimes  Cost  Course code
16/09/2019 Monday 09:00-17:00 £110 B33681-S01
14/11/2019 Thursday 09:00-16:30 £110 B33681-S02

Cost

The cost of the course will be £110 and includes tuition, course materials, certification fees, light refreshments and lunch.

General Information

This qualification provides a basic understanding and knowledge of food safety for those in the hospitality and catering sector.

What does the course involve?

The course will be delivered in one day followed by a multiple-choice examination. Successful candidates will be awarded a Certificate by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health. The Institute recommends that refresher training is undertaken at least every three years.
The programme will include:
• Taking personal responsibility for following food safety procedures
• Cleanliness and hygiene
• Receiving and storing food safely
• Preparing, cooking and holding food safely

Subjects covered include:
• Legislation
• 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

Course Information Sheet

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Dates

DatesDaysTimes  Cost  Course code
16/08/2019 Friday 09:00-16:30 £146 B33540-S01
09/09/2019 Monday 09:00-16:30 £146 B33681-S02
07/10/2019 Monday 09:00-16:30 £146 B33681-S03
11/112019 Monday 09:00-16:30 £146 B33681-S04
09/12/2019 Monday 09:00-16:30 £146 B33681-S05

Cost

The cost of the course will be £146.00 which includes tuition, registration/certification fees, course materials, lunch and light refreshments.

General Information

The British Institute of Innkeepers qualification is needed to apply for a personal licence to authorise the sale of alcohol.

What does the course involve?

This is a one day course. Participants will receive tuition based upon the Personal Licence Holders Handbook followed by a short multiple choice examination. The course covers the syllabus set by the government, to enable candidates to understand the law in relation to:
• The roles, responsibilities and functions of licensing authorities within the framework of licensing objectives;
• The application process for a personal licence;
• The role and legal responsibilities of the personal licence holder and the penalties relating to failure to comply with the law;
• The premises licence;
• The content and purpose of operating schedules;
• The roles and duties of the designated premises supervisor;
• Unauthorised licensable activities;
• Permitted temporary licensable activities;
• Rights of entry to licensed premises;
• Police powers with regard to suspension and closure of licensed premises;
• The specific prohibitions for the sale of alcohol;
• The strengths of alcoholic drinks and effects of alcohol on the human body;
• The protection of children from harm;
• The responsible retail sale of alcohol.

Course Information Sheet

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Part Time Courses


Studying a part time course at Lancaster & Morecambe College is a great way to update your skills or learn something new.

Our range of courses includes one day professional and management courses and part time evening courses in a range of areas. Pick a subject area or flick through the guide below to see the range of courses on offer.

If you would like to receive a printed copy of the Adult Course Guide, please call 01524 66215 and we will post one out to you.









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