Our suite of interactive and innovative eLearning packages enables officers to update skills in their own time without the hassle of having to travel.
We have developed these courses to makes it easy for you update your knowledge in a range of the latest regulatory and policy areas.
This course has been developed by the Food Standards Agency to provide enforcement officers with information on the principles and practice of traceability and how this relates to their role and responsibilities.
An interactive food allergy training tool, developed by the Agency, highlights steps that should be followed to make sure good practice is used in the manufacture and production of food.
For port health and local authority officers provides practical guidance on the implementation of imported food official controls and updates with current legislation.
Provides a general understanding of root cause analysis principles and methodology.
FSA developed with the Department of Health and Defra, this learning provides a general understanding of current food labelling legislation, as well as information about the Food Information for Consumers (FIC) legislation.
Vacuum packing and modified atmosphere packing of food for local authority food law enforcement officers responsible for food hygiene. Enhanced your understanding of the vacuum packing processes and the importance of microbiological safety in their use.
For feed officers to gain the knowledge which will enable them to design, implement and deliver a proportionate, risk-based, systematic programme of official feed controls at any point-of-entry for which they have a responsibility.
For feed officers improving / maintaining competency regarding monitoring feed hygiene at primary production. It provides the officer with details of the legislative requirements, as well as giving practical advice required to complete a monitoring visit.
This course teaches how to implement and operate the procedure, and gain experience determining appeals. It is primarily for Lead Officers for Food or designated deputies but will benefit any authorised officer undertaking risk rating interventions and giving ratings to confirm their understanding of the procedure.