FOLLOW FOOD & BEVERAGE SAFETY AND HYGIENE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES – BASIC FOOD HYGIENE (REFRESHER) COURSE
1 CREDIT ( FB-RM-102C-0 )

Food handlers will now be required to attend their first refresher training five years after completing their Basic Food Hygiene Course (BFHC) and the subsequent ones at 10-year intervals, instead of the previous cycle of once every three years.

If you have completed your BFHC course before 1 Oct 2014, you are required to attend your first refresher training three years after your course completion date instead of 5 years.

Course Fee

Nett fee payable (inclusive GST) and before SDF funding (subj. to WDA’s T&Cs.)

S$ 107.00

For Singaporeans, PRs and Non-Singaporeans

Course Objectives

Through our experiential classroom training, learners will learn how to:

  • Maintain personal hygiene
  • Maintain food preparation and service utensils and equipment
  • Handle food safely
  • Maintain food preparation, service and storage areas

Course Duration

This is a 4.5 hour 9am – 2.30pm course. There will be a 1 hour 30 minutes assessment after the course. Depending on the speed each candidate takes to complete the assessment, the assessment should end before 5.30pm.

Who Should Attend

Food Handlers (i.e. any individual who prepares food and beverage products in NEA-licensed eating establishments)

Personnel primarily involved in the serving of F&B products to customers (e.g. managers, captains, waiters, cashiers, and other service staff)

  • Business development managers
  • Sales & marketing managers
  • Restaurateurs
  • Entrepreneurs

Modes Of Instruction

  • Lecture
  • Discussion
  • Demonstration / Practice
  • Role Play
  • Observation / Feedback

Mode of Delivery

Part-time

Avg Teacher-Student Ratio

1:15

Assessment

At the end of the module, learners are required to complete a total of 1 hour and 30 minutes of summative assessment, comprising a written assessment, role plays and oral questioning. Upon successful completion of assessment, they will be awarded a Statement of Attainment (SOA).

Entry Requirement

Learners are expected to demonstrate competency at Level 4 (i.e. lower secondary) for Employability Skills WSQ Work Place Literacy and Numeracy (WPLN). To find out more about WPLN credentials, click here.