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Level 2 Foundation Certificate in HACCP

Level 2 Foundation Certificate in HACCP

The Foundation Certificate in HACCP is appropriate for all persons employed in food and food related businesses who need to have an understanding of HACCP.

It is particularly useful for those involved in the implementation and maintenance of HACCP and individuals who are, or intend to become, members of HACCP teams.

The aim of the qualification is to introduce the concept of HACCP and to develop an understanding of and the ability to apply HACCP principles practically in food and food related businesses in order to ensure effective food safety.


The aim is to provide a broad knowledge of food safety and food hygiene and provide a foundation for the core competence desired within a food operation.

Holders of this qualification will have the appropriate knowledge and understanding to be able to be responsible for food safety practices within their working environment.

Course fees:

Material: £0.00 Exam: £ 0.00 Tuition: £95.00

Awarding Body:

RSPH
What You Will Learn
Entry Requirements
  • Explain the need for Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP).
  • Familiar with the principles and terminology of HACCP.
  • Relate HACCP to practical situations and explain its relevance.
There are no recommended prior learning requirements for this qualification. The RSPH does, however, recommend that candidates have a level of literacy and numeracy equivalent to Entry Level 2.

The possession of a qualification in food hygiene, such as The Royal Society for the Promotion of Health’s Foundation Certificate in Food Hygiene (previously known as the Food Hygiene Certificate or Essential Food Hygiene) would be advantageous but is not essential.