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Healthy Eating & Food Hygiene Certificate [SH] 125.00
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Certificate in Healthy Eating & Food Hygiene

Student Profile
This programme is designed for people working in a wide range of sectors and occupations who wish to develop their knowledge and skills in a range of diet, lifestyle and food preparation subjects.

Study Method
The course is designed for study by distance learning at work or at home.  Students receive course manual, assignments and studyguide plus tutor support by telephone, mail and email.

Assessment
The ASET certificate, which is a recognised award, is gained through completing a short series of written assignments plus a multi-choice style end-test.

Course Outline:
Module 1 Healthy Eating:
Introduction to Healthy Eating
The basics
Recommendations for Healthy Eating

Module 2 Vitamins and Minerals:
Sources and functions of vitamins and minerals
Why are they so important?

Module 3 Specific Healthy Eating Issues:
Introduction
Vegetarians
The elderly and infirm
Obesity
Cardiovascular and coronary heart disease
Cancer
Iron deficiency

Module 4 Food Hygiene:
Legislation
What is food hygiene?
Food contamination
Food poisoning
How bacteria multiply
Preventing food poisoning
Personal hygiene
Safe food preparation
Cleaning and disinfecting
Food storage
Waste disposal and pest control
Buildings and equipment

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This product was added to our catalogue on Wednesday 18 May, 2005.
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