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Advance Food and Safety Course In Attock

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Location: Attock City

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The food safety course will help prepare you for safely working in a kitchen and food handler tests like Servesafe.

It is a management system addressing food safety through chemical, biological and physical hazard analysis and control, from raw material production, manufacturing and distribution to finished product consumption.

It is a systematic approach to identify, evaluate and control food safety hazards. Food hazards are of various types, including microbiological, chemical and physical hazards as well as allergens.

To be able to successfully address the issues and impacts of hazards, it is important that they are correctly identified, evaluated and classified. Thus, hazard identification broadly refers to identification and evaluation, which require special expertise.

The ‘Introduction to Food Handling’ awareness course will provide you with a short introduction to food safety, the legislation, and how to identify and control or eliminate food hazards.

On completion of the ‘Introduction to Food Handling’ awareness course, you will be able to:

Explain the importance of food safety

Summarise key responsibilities under the legislation

Identify types of food hazards, and

Explain how to control or eliminate food hazards.

This course outlines the principles of food safety and provides learners with the knowledge, understanding and skills required to operate safely within food handling environments.

It is specifically for those employed or wishing to be employed in the catering and hospitality sector.

Food safety policy is examined at local, national, international, and global levels. Through case

studies, in-class discussions and activities; the influence of how food laws, trading policies,

litigation, advocacy efforts, economics and politics shapes food policy is explored to encourage

critical thinking and promote inquiry and analysis.

By the end of the course, students will be able to:

1. Integrate the causes of food borne illness (including water contamination) and prevention

strategies into analyses of local, national, international and global policies.

2. Interpret how policies affect the prevalence and trade of genetically modified foods, and the use

of antibiotics and hormones.

3. Discuss the Canadian food safety system, use it as a comparator for other national systems, and

its role in foodservices.

4. Assess food safety events considering economics, policy, trade, public trust; and their implications

at the local, national and/or global levels.

5. Assess international agreements such as NAFTA and CETA, with respect to how they affect food

safety, trade, and the local economy (including foodservices).

6. Understand the World Trade Organization’s food trade and safety system.

7. Have a general understanding of the elements that comprise good public policy.

8. Apply an ethical framework to the analysis of food safety issues and policies at the local level

(including foodservices), national and global levels.

International College of Technical Education.

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Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza

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