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STANDALONE AWARD & QCF UNIT & RQF UNIT
The e-Learning & e-Assessment lead to AIM Awards L2 Food Safety in Catering (Ofqual No. 600/8219/7). Alternatively within AIM Awards Skills for Employment & Further Learning this RQF unit has 2 credits. From November 1st this will be an RQF component available within AIM Awards AIMVOCS & L1 Employability Skills.
AIM Awards L2 Food Safety in Catering (Ofqual No. 600/8219/7) may be used as a replacement for CIEH L2 Award in Food Safety in Catering (500/5476/4) Operational End Date 28.04.17.
Fast-track centre approval is in place for transfer of provision to AIM Awards.
- Basic Food Hygiene
- Contaminants in Food
- Cooking & Storing Safely
- Cleaning & Waste Disposal
- Kitchen Layout
- The Law
FOOD SAFETY is designed to give the learner knowledge and understanding of the principles of keeping food safe. The course introduces the learner to key issues in Food Safety, taking responsibility for their own food safety and hygiene, keeping work areas clean and keeping food safe. Successful learners should achieve the corresponding unit in AIM Awards RQF L1 Award in Skills for Employment & Further Learning (Ofqual No. 600/9911/2).
L2 FOOD SAFETY IN CATERING
The achievement of the L2 Food Safety qualification is the accepted standard for workers in cafes, restaurants and food outlets. Additionally, the e-Learning course covers all the requirements of AIM Awards L2 Food Safety in Catering (Ofqual No. 600/8219/7). This assessment may be sat as an external assessment outside of AIM Awards RQF L1 Award in Skills for Employment & Further Learning (Ofqual No. 600/9911/2).
The course satisfies the latest Ofsted Common Inspection Framework (August 2015) §§166-167 requirements for ‘virtual learning environments’ and the FELTAG guidelines of ‘self-directed, independent, interactive e-Learning’.
Additionally, the course is in line with EU Regulation 852/2004 Hygiene for Foodstuffs which requires that those who handle food are supervised, instructed and trained in Food Hygiene in a way that is appropriate to the work they do.
CAPITAL TUTORIALS VLE-based interactive e-Learning programmes are chosen by colleges, schools and academies for these reasons:
• Ofsted CIF §§166-167 ‘online learning’
• On-demand Offer
• HR Savings
• Flexibility (incl. Distance Learning Model)
• No Preparation, Teaching or Marking
Learning & Achievement
• Learner Success Rates (97-100% First-Time Achievement)
• Measurable Outcomes
• Formative & Summative Assessments for ILR
• Consistency of Quality Assurance - All Learners
• AIM Awards RQF Accreditation
• Job Centre Plus Learners
• Tutorial Systems