Course list

Food Safety courses

  • CIEH Foundation Certificate in Food Hygiene
    Fundamental food hygiene knowledge for all food handlers
  • CIEH (New) Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering
    New and completely revised qualification to replace the CIEH Foundation Certificate in Food Hygiene
  • CIEH (New) Level 2 Award in Nutrition
    Provides the tools to help caterers grasp the fundamental principles of nutrition
  • CIEH Intermediate Certificate in Food Safety (Refresher)
    The overall aim of this programme is to remind candidates how to supervise food safety to control contamination and safeguard the health of consumers.
  • CIEH Intermediate Certificate in Food Safety
    For those working in all food businesses at a supervisory level
  • CIEH Intermediate Certificate in Hazard Analysis Principles and Practice
    Enables managers and supervisors to implement a realistic system of hazard analysis
  • CIEH (New) Level 3 Award in Implementing Food Safety Management Procedures
    Helps owners and managers of small- and medium-sized catering and hospitality businesses put in place a documented food safety management system based on HACCP principles
  • CIEH (New) Level 3 Award in Supervising Food Safety in Catering
    New and completely revised qualification to replace the CIEH Intermediate Certificate in Food Safety
  • CIEH Advanced Certificate in Food Safety
    For managers, supervisors and trainers
  • CIEH HACCP in Practice Certificate
    Enables managers, supervisors and owners of food businesses to prepare and implement an
    HACCP plan

Health and safety courses

  • CIEH Foundation Certificate in Health & Safety in the Workplace
    Fundamental knowledge of health and safety for all employees
  • CIEH Principles of Manual Handling
    Enables employees to contribute to the development of safer manual handling methods and tasks
  • CIEH Principles of COSHH
    Prepares employees to contribute to the safer use of hazardous substances
  • CIEH Foundation Certificate in Stress Awareness
    Introduction to the issue of work-related stress
  • CIEH (New) Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace
    New and completely revised qualification to replace the CIEH Foundation Certificate in Health & Safety in the Workplace
  • CIEH (New) Level 2 Award in Hygiene
    Provides employees with an introduction to hygiene hazards and how to control them
  • CIEH (New) Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in Health and Social Care
    Provides employees with a good understanding and knowledge of health and safety in the health and social care setting
  • CIEH (New) Level 2 Award in Conflict Resolution and Personal Safety
    Helps organisations protect their staff as well as their organisational and operational effectiveness
  • CIEH Intermediate Certificate in Supervising Health and Safety
    Examines health and safety from a supervisory perspective
  • CIEH Certificate in Risk Assessment Principles and Practice (General)
    Enables supervisors and managers to carry out risk assessments
  • Risk Assessment Principles and Practice (Swimming Pools)
    Raises awareness of key risk areas in a swimming pool environment; supplements CIEH Certificate in Risk Assessment Principles and Practice
  • CIEH Advanced Certificate in Health & Safety in the Workplace
    Enables managers, supervisors and senior safety personnel to manage health and safety in
    most workplaces

Environmental protection qualifications

  • CIEH Environmental Awareness Certificate
    Knowledge and understanding of the key concepts involved in environmental awareness
    for all employees

Training the trainer

Keeping your specialist knowledge and training skills up to date is crucial. Saxon Environmental Associates offers resources to make sure that you have the very latest knowledge and the sharpest training skills:

CIEH TRaining Skills & Practice

This qualification replaces the popular CIEH Professional Trainer Certificate (PTC).

This qualification is aimed at those who want to develop practical training skills and is the minimum requirement for anyone wishing to register to deliver CIEH qualifications* in food safety, health and safety and environmental protection without public funding – for example, in the workplace. It is also ideal for first-time trainers who need to understand the basics of training skills and practice or those looking to refine their techniques. It encourages a flexible approach to training delivery that takes account of learners’ needs and preferences.

The CIEH TSP covers initial assessment, planning and preparation, training delivery, assessment and evaluation. It is part of the CIEH Level 3 Award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector.

PTC

Discontinued - this course has been discontinued by the CIEH and has been replaced by the Level 3 Training Skills & Practice as above

PTLLS

Introduction:
This qualification has been developed for anyone entering teaching or training roles or already in-service who needs to achieve the minimum threshold status as a teacher in the lifelong learning sector – that is, adult and community learning and development, further education, libraries, archives and information services and work-based learning.

By 2010, anyone who teaches courses that are publicly-funded will have to be qualified. This qualification introduces the knowledge and skills required by teachers to develop and deliver programmes, provide learning support and take responsibility in managing the learning process in post-16 education.

The training programme for the CIEH Level 3 PTLLS includes the CIEH Level 3 Award in Training Skills and Practice (TSP). It is designed to be delivered in 30 hours of teaching time, not including breaks, and revision and practice sessions, with an additional 30 hours for assimilation, consolidation and assignment planning, development and submission.

PTLLS ( 2 day conversion course)

Introduction:
Two-day conversion programme: for those already holding a CIEH Professional Trainers Certificate or TSP and wishing to upgrade to PTLLS, whether to comply with the new standards or to develop their career.Candidates completing the conversion programme will, if they pass Assignments 2 and 3, achieve a PTLLS award.

This qualification has been developed for anyone entering teaching or training roles or already in-service who needs to achieve the minimum threshold status as a teacher in the lifelong learning sector – that is, adult and community learning and development, further education, libraries, archives and information services and work-based learning.

By 2010, anyone who teaches courses that are publicly-funded will have to be qualified. This qualification introduces the knowledge and skills required by teachers to develop and deliver programmes, provide learning support and take responsibility in managing the learning process in post-16 education.


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