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This free online food inspector and safety course is designed for those who have already been hired as a food inspector. It is designed to supplement local preparatory training. In this cohort-based program, you will learn to effectively evaluate the safety of a food establishment against your country's food safety benchmarks.
This online food inspector certification and training course begins with an overview of food safety and your role as a food inspector. Next, you will be taught about foodborne pathogens and facility design. Finally, you will learn about your specific role as a food inspector and what to do when there is a food-borne outbreak.
This 10-week course is in line with WHO's regional food safety strategy, and over 10 lessons will look at the science and technique on how to evaluate a food establishment.
This course will enable you to receive an online food handlers certification. At the end of this course, after completing the readings, quizzes and assignments, you will be able to:
This self-paced course has been created so that it is easy to understand and easy to access. It uses a range of different materials designed by qualified experts. Mediums of teaching include pre-recorded videos, lecture slides, quizzes and assignments.
Connect with other students through the course forum, where you can easily discuss the course or debate ideas. Your instructors are also available online to answer any questions you might have.
POLHN self-paced courses are recognised by Pacific Ministries of Health. Once you successfully complete the course, you will receive an official certificate, which can be used for credit to gain CPD points.
|Course code:||BP-Food Inspectors|
|Average length:||2 hours|
|Number of modules:||10|
|Subject:||Best Practices for Food Establishment Inspectors|
|Status:||To be scheduled|
|Name:||Pacific NCDs and Health Through the Lifecourse|
|Name:||Muhammad Noman Ali|
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