The Benefits of Food Hygiene Training Courses
Food Hygiene courses are an essential stepping stone for anyone who aspires to embark on a career as a caterer, chef or body within the food hospitality industry.
Undertaking levels 1 and 2 of the accredited Food Hygiene Training Courses is a great way for anyone to kickstart their career and get their foot in the catering industry. Furthermore, these training courses are perfect for anyone looking for part-time employment, including teenagers and adults.
Adolescents may find that venturing in the Food Hygiene Level 1 and Level 2 courses has a better influence over their University applications, Curriculum Vitae (CV) and getting part-time employment alongside studying.
Each course lasts for three years and offers numerous benefits.
The Courses Benefits Your UCAS Application
UK based Universities and College Admissions Service (UCAS) play a strong role in admissions to hundreds of Universities across the UK. UCAS provide applicants with advice on how to get into the educational facilities of their choice, as well as being the point of application and communication to get them there. Most Universities require a minimum of 180 UCAS points (3 A-C A Levels) in order to be accepted onto a course, but these points can be made up with more than just A-Levels and GCSEs.
Choosing to participate in levels 1 & 2 of the Food Hygiene Training Courses will show admissions at your chosen universities that you motivated and self-sufficient as you have taken the initiative to do these courses in your own time. These Food Hygiene Courses are supported in a UCAS portfolio and will facilitate your future within the food hospitality industry.
It will Help Secure a Part-Time Job
With rising University fees and decreasing maintenance loans and grants, it appears to be much more challenging when it comes to supporting one’s self throughout their time at University. More students are finding that their grant(s) and loan barely cover the cost of their accommodation, let alone food, living expenses and course supplies – which is where a part-time job comes in.
With a wealth of restaurants, supermarkets, pubs, bars, eateries and so much more in many cities and towns across the UK, job opportunities are plentiful. But where there are vacancies there will be an abundance of applications, so it is important that you make yourself stand out from fellow applicants. Having levels 1 and/or 2 Food Hygiene Certificates on your application will show your potential employer that you already have a basic understand of safety and hygiene within the workplace. This accredited courses is also accepted (and in some cases required) by many companies within the catering industry, taking off pressure of getting a part-time job during your studies.
Food Hygiene Courses will Help your Career
Having in-depth knowledge of food hygiene, the risks of foodborne illness and so much more is non-negotiable if you want to build a successful career within the food hospitality and catering industry. These courses will also pave the way for you to undertake the acclaimed Level 3 Food Hygiene Course, enabling you to fulfill your dream of becoming an owner or manager within the food hospitality industry.
As these courses are accredited by experts and recognised by the majority of employers, they will only help to spur your career into success. If you decide to pair these courses with A-Level(s), degree(s) and B-Tech(s) your CV will show the bounty of knowledge and experience that you have within the industry, therefore helping you to flourish in your desired career path.
NCASS have been helping to develop and shape the UK’s catering industry since 1987.
We’ve set up acclaimed and accredited training modules so that everyone in the food hospitality industry has access to high quality food hygiene and other health & safety training courses. If you would like anymore information do not hesitate to get in touch.