There are no formal prerequisites for attending this Food Allergy Awareness training course.
This course provided by The Knowledge Academy is ideal for anyone who wants to raise awareness of food allergies and anaphylaxis.
Food Allergy Awareness Masterclass Course Overview
Food allergy is an immune system reaction after eating the offending food. Food awareness is designed for food allergies, celiac disease and asthma. It's a great way to educate others about these significant and impactful diseases, too often misunderstood. Food awareness aims to raise awareness of different food allergies and improve individuals understanding to tackle a life-threatening condition. It allows food handlers within an organisation to ensure that the food they manufacture, sell and serve is safe for the consumer to eat. Studying this training course will help individuals climb up the ladder of success in value and career opportunities.
In this 1-day Food Allergy Awareness Masterclass course, delegates will learn how to recognise the symptoms of an allergic reaction, understand what information should be on prepacked food labels, and what they need to consider to keep customers safe. During this training, delegates will learn various concepts such as food allergy awareness, allergies, anaphylaxis, coeliac disease, food handler responsibilities, general food safety law, distance selling, safe food storage tips, etc. It will also cover the legal responsibilities of allergen labelling and allergen declaration, enabling delegates to obey their duties under the EU General Food Law Regulation. Our highly skilled and professional trainer will conduct this training and has years of experience teaching Food & Safety courses.
They will also learn various concepts such as:
- What is a food allergy?
- Symptoms of an allergic reaction
- Food law and enforcement
- Cleaning the workplace
- Food labelling regulations
At the end of this training, delegates will be able to make safe food changes to their diet and lifestyle. They will also be able to recognise the symptoms of an allergic reaction and raise awareness of how to deal with customer allergen information requests.