Cracking Good Food
 
 

Basic Food Hygiene Level 2 Training Package

 

Team members handling, preparing and serving food must receive adequate training to include the latest food and hygiene standards and legislation in food safety, for all the tasks they are responsible for. Our Basic Food Hygiene Level 2 course provides you with the core content you need to ensure team members are maintaining high-quality food hygiene standards. Our experienced Cooking Leaders will be on-hand to support learners; offering guidance, advice and sharing their first-hand experience of working in both community and commercial kitchens. The course is delivered in high-quality video format and is accessible on any device. What’s included in our 3hr Basic Hygiene Level 2 Course: Small group tuition ensuring you have ample opportunity to gain direct support from our Cooking Leader. iPad and headphones to complete the interactive course online Refreshments on arrival and throughout the training session End of course assessment to help you evidence your understanding Certificate of Completion We can deliver our training in a venue which is convenient to yourself or we can source a venue on your behalf. Cost: £450 for up to 10 learners, £25 p/p thereafter.WHAT WE WANT! 

  • An end to food banks and emergency food provision by the 3rd sector. We believe that access to good food is a human right and that it is the job of the government to ensure it is accessible to all 
  • Affordable and accessible cooking skills to be part of the curriculum in primary and secondary schools
  • An end to profiteering and short-term convenience within the food system taking precedence over environmental sustainability and public health 
  • An end to ‘food deserts’ and ‘food swamps’ 
  • A greener, cleaner and sustainable food system without animal, human or environmental exploitation and suffering
  • Strong, empowered and equal communities with the skills, knowledge and resilience to grow, source and cook their own nourishing, culturally and dietarily appropriate food in response to their changing needs.

We are painfully aware that we are a long way from the above becoming a reality, and that many things stand in the way of achieving these aims. However we keep these aims firmly in mind throughout all of our work, whilst doing what we can to minimise the suffering and poor health outcomes caused by food insecurity and diet-related inequality. 

Traditionally, our focus as an organisation has been on increasing cooking-from-scratch skills and knowledge of good food in hard-to-reach communities. However, after more than a decade of punitive and debilitating austerity politics topped by a global pandemic, we have found ourselves being asked more and more to provide nutritious meals to alleviate hunger and food security all over Greater Manchester. ‘Cracking the Crisis’ saw us distribute more than 95,000 community meals in the first year of the pandemic and we partnered with Life Leisure in Stockport to provide more than 2700 packed lunches for children at-risk of food insecurity in Stockport this summer using HAF funding. We have been shocked time and time again about the levels of hunger and poverty local people are encountering, the causes of which are entirely avoidable. 

Please get in contact with us for more information or bookings: 

tracey@crackinggoodfood.org

Alternatively Call Us

Call Tracy