We are working with a Further Education College based in Greater Manchester to recruit for an exceptional Food Safety Trainer.
The college delivers a range of courses across five centres, from vocational qualifications, adult learning and apprenticeships to higher education. They are committed to delivering the very best experiences for learners and providing a stimulating and supportive environment for staff to perform to the best of their ability and pass their passion to the students.
Rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted, this is a perfect opportunity to work at a college who are aiming to achieve an ‘Outstanding’ grade.
This is a one day course on 27th March with additional courses ran on a monthly basis. Teaching level 2 via the Highfield Awarding Body, the college will register the successful candidate with the awarding body if not already registered.
- To teach level 2 Food Safety
The person & qualifications
- Have previous experience delivering Food Safety
- Hold a Food Safety qualification
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The legal bit
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