With the introduction of the F&B WSQ system, SSG and NEA sought to raise the food hygiene standards and standardise the training of its Basic Food Hygiene course (BFH). A new 7-hour programme WSQ Food Hygiene Course (WFHC) replaced BFH with effect from 1st June 2007.
Upon successful completion of the 7-hour course, followed with 1.5-hour assessment, a Statement of Attainment will be awarded to participants. This will accord the participants with a licence to operate / work in food preparation.
To equip participants with the knowledge and understanding on the importance of Food hygiene and safety while preparing or handling food.
Basic hygiene Course Outline
Upon completion of this module, the trainee will have the knowledge and application skills with practicing food and beverage safety and hygiene policies and procedures and be able to apply Basic hygiene Course Outline to the workplace. This includes:
- Maintain personal hygiene
- Maintain food preparation and service utensils and equipment
- Preparing food safely
- Handling food safely
- Storing food safely
- Maintaining food preparation, service and storage areas
Are you Looking for a Food Hygiene Certificate? This Xprienz Basic hygiene course, often referred to as the basic food hygiene certificate, is for anyone who works in a setting where food is cooked, prepared or handled.
The course fee is $150 /pax (GST applicable).
WDA offers up to 95% subsidies for the Assessment Only as well as course fees. For the various funding amounts, please click on this link . SDF subsidies are available for both individuals and company-sponsored staff.
For individuals who are under the Workfare Training Support (WTS), there is funding up to 95% of the fees (course fee or assessment fee). Please click on this link to find out more.
Enrollment can be done though phone, email or our online schedule https://xprienz.biipmi.co . All courses scheduled (confirmed dates). . All courses indicated here are scheduled to run (confirmed dates).
Contact No: 64389693
The full training schedules for the WSQ Basic Food Hygiene Course can be seen HERE .