Chance for businesses to boost their food hygiene knowledge

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Businesses can boost their food hygiene knowledge by attending locally run courses.

This can also boost compliance and help firms achieve a better Food Hygiene Rating.

South Holland District Council has its own in-house training centre that provides nationally recognised qualifications on food hygiene and health and safety.

Over 2,600 people have been trained here with courses run in the evenings or during the day at the offices in Priory Road, Spalding, or at a firm’s own premises.

The Food, Health and Safety Team can also provide one-to-one coaching and consultancy on food hygiene and health and safety matters.

Interactive workshops are also planned from January 2015 focusing on the new Allergen Legislation coming into force on December 13 2014.

The workshops will cost around £25 per head, be held at the Council Offices and run for 2-3 hours.

Business owners, employees and members of the public can ask questions and discuss issues with officers.

For further information or to book a place on a course visit www.sholland.gov.uk/environment/food/training/ or email the team at foodhs@sholland.gov.uk.