HACCP Courses

Legal:     This HACCP training course meets the legislation (EC) No 852/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs
Certification:     This course conforms to the FSAI Guidelines for Food Handler Training at Level 2
Duration:     The HACCP course comprises of 12 modules and takes 8 – 10 hours to complete. We recommend to take a maximum of 2 modules per day.
Cost: €90
Entry Requirements:     There are no entry requirements for this HACCP course.
Examination     On completion of all modules you will be presented with a certification test. You must achieve a pass mark of 60% from 60 questions in order to gain certification. The 60 questions are taken randomly from a bank of 200 questions for each and every examination.
Computer Requirements:     Our online courses are very easy to use and all you need is a computer with an internet connection. It is recommended that you use a laptop or desktop and have installed Flash Player 8.0 or above. Courses can be taken on a tablet providing you are using a flash enabled browser.
eLearning Benefits:     You can take this course anytime, anywhere, 24/7! You don’t have to complete the course in one sitting.  If you have to leave unexpectedly, or you just want to complete it later it will remember where you were, the last time you left it. You can also learn at your own pace. Learning has never been easier, you can get the course you need today and it’s just a click of a button away.

What is HACCP?

HACCP, or the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point system, is a process control system that identifies where hazards might occur in the food production process and puts into place stringent actions to take to prevent the hazards from occurring. By strictly monitoring and controlling each step of the process, there is less chance for hazards to occur.

HACCP Food Safety Level 2

This course is part of the mandatory food safety training regime for food handlers in Ireland and should be taken by all food handlers within six months after starting employment.

Lessons in this course include: Introduction and Tutorial, Food Poisoning, Micro-organisms in Food, Food Contamination, Food Safety Law, Safe and Clean Premises, Waste and Pest Control, Personal Hygiene, HACCP Food Safety during Delivery and Storage, HACCP Food Safety during Preparation, Cooking and cooling, HACCP Food Safety during Service and Home Delivery, Certification Test.

Who Should take our HACCP Course?

If you have a food business, or work in the food industry, you are legally required to undertake food safety training and/or be supervised in line with the level of activity you are involved in. So, for example, managers will need different training to those serving food.

Advantages of HACCP Courses Online.

Courses online are revolutionising the way people learn as it allows you to learn at a time and place that suits you. You no longer have to be in a certain place at a certain time for a period of time and courses online are truly changing the way we learn. Everyone is doing online courses so why not you!

Going back to the classroom can be intimidating so courses online, such as our HACCP Course can also be far less intimidating for learners who are not used to or do not like a classroom environment. Simply pick an online course today to grow your knowledge.

Other Benefits of our HACCP Course.

Most people prefer courses online as they allow you to learn at your own pace. In a non online training environment, the trainer is going at the pace of the slowest or fastest student in the class. Completing courses online is simply seen as a much better way of learning.

Recent studies have also found that good quality interactive and engaging courses online improves your memory retention by as much as 50%.

Our HACCP Course simply allows you to become legally compliant, quicker.

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This course is part of the mandatory food safety training regime for food handlers in Ireland and should be taken by all food handlers within six months after starting employment.