The Food Allergens in Classrooms Training Room is designed to provide a one stop shop for up to date information and support to make sure your departmental health and safety documentation is up to date.
What does the course cover?
Unit 1 Introductory Presentation
Unit 2 Introduction to Allergens This unit outlines what information is available in the units to help you develop your allergen section of your health and safety folder.
Unit 3 Identified Allergens In this unit we are going to look at the allergenic food that have been identified by the EU Food Information for Consumers Regulations.
Unit 4 Food Allergies Information about Food Allergies. Symptoms. What to do in an emergency.
Unit 5 Food IntoleranceHow an intolerance differs from an allergy. Coeliac disease.
Unit 6 Food Preparation The importance of providing allergen information when preparing food products and the control of cross contamination.
Unit 7 – Written Allergen Information. Communicating allergen information and adapting and adopting information and guidance for your departmental documentation.
Unit 8 Links to useful websites. Further training available.
Work at your own pace
The training room is design for you to work at your own pace, there are 8 units, taking about 30 minutes. Each unit has a video presentation to watch and some activities. All the resources are available for delegates via the online training room.
What is special about the Food Allergens in Classrooms Training Room?
- No need to be away from your lessons
- 5-6 hours of training in a one stop shop
- No cover needed for your classes
- No travel arrangements or costs
- Best use of time: flexible access, revisit when needed, ready-to-use resources
- Teachers will be given unlimited access to training room for a school year with handouts to download and links to further useful resources
Your On Line presenters and Course Leader
Barbara Rathmill (Food Teachers Centre Senior Associate)
35 years of teaching both Food and Textiles undertaking the roles of Head of Food Technology and 2nd in Design and Technology. Barbara has shared her expertise and passion for food education by being involved in several food projects at national level such as
- Food in Schools Primary training,
- Food Technology Specialist Higher Level Teaching Assistant Training,
- Consultant presenter National Curriculum 2014 – Cooking and Nutrition
- Teaching Food Safely as a Registered Design and Technology Health and Safety Consultant.
Barbara holds Level 2, Level 3, and Level 4 Food Safety Awards and is an accredited Centre and Trainer delivering Level 1 and Level 2 Awards in Food Safety, Level 1 and Level 2 Nutrition and Level 2 Allergen Awareness to teachers, students and other areas requiring training.
Terms and conditions
Your ticket is not refundable or exchangeable once you have enrolled on the course.
All teachers will be given UNLIMITED access to an on-line training room for a school year. Training provides videos of each presentation and handouts to download, support templates, and checklists that you can use with your classes, links to further information and useful resources. It is your ONE STOP SHOP!
What do you need to gain access to the training room?
To access the training room you will need a Facebook account and access to the internet. The training can be accessed on a mobile device, tablet or computer.
The Food Teachers Centre is a place of
- creative and innovative ideas and action
- practical solutions
- learning and sharing
To join the closed group, simply visit https://www.facebook.com/groups/foodteacherscentre
Or our website https://foodteacherscentre.co.uk/