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I did mine a long time ago via educare when they sent me a free food hygiene course . all were happy with it..was fine and still is valid even now a few years on.. they accepted it as suitable for my volunteer work.

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hello , this is all good information . My staff have all completed the Level one which is what was required for the level of food prep we do . My question is -is there a recc renewal timescale like the first aid ???????

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Just thought I would mention that I have received an email from the PSLA and they are offering free training through Educare for PSLA members. Apparently more info to follow so will let you know!!

 

Kris

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There's a full page advert about this on the back of this week's Nursery World EYFS special. It says they are offering access to eight free distance learning packages worth up to £5,000 every year for an early years setting with 20 staff. Sounds like quite a useful membership benefit!

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If you look on the PLA website they list the free courses and one you can get discount for. I believe the health and hygienie is not one of the free ones. you have to have one person from the setting register with the PLA and then will get a password. I've registered and awaiting my password.

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Hi, I have done my online food hygiene level 2 which was accepted by the Environmental Health Dept when they assessed our setting. it is a good course, although the one I did was a bit annoying with a very frustrating robot which talked all the way through it!! In Hampshire the subscription training scheme covers the cost of this course but not sure about anywhere else.

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Hi PSLA are offering free training through Educare but unfortunately not for food/hygiene. Members can get a discount and I was quoted £15.00 per person through them. That still amounts to £225.00 for all of us. Where is all this money supposed to be coming from . :(

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