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    Food Gases Safety Training Courses

    Nationally Accredited Food Gases Safety Training Courses in a variety of formats to suit your needs:

    On-site training in the safe handling of Food gases. Face-to-face classroom & practical instruction at your location. Great value, No fuss

    Webinars (or to more accurate: Virtual Classroom): Trainer led - real time training, allows delegate interaction with Q&A. Practical demonstration included

    Online courses: Whether you require training for one individual or 100, our interactive & engaging Food gases online training courses are a cost effective way of meeting your legal obligations

    Blended Learning: Online training course in Food gases safety, supplemented by onsite practical instruction

    Open Workshopsare regularly delivered at our centrally located training academy in Cheshire and in partnership with distributors throughout the UK.

    All training comes with nationally accredited EAL certification, valid for 3 years


    LPG Safety for Mobile Catering: Online Training Course

    Course type: E-Learning Course
    Course Duration: 30 minutes

    Interactive & engaging e-Learning lesson. Covering the safe use, handling, storage & transportation of LPG based on information contained in Code of Practice 24.

    Gases: Gas Cylinders, LPG, Propane
    Application: Food, Leisure, Produce

    Beverage Dispense Gases: Online Training Course

    Course type: E-Learning Course
    Course Duration: 60 minutes

    Nationally accredited Interactive & engaging e-Learning lesson. Covering the safe use, handling, storage, product labelling, asphyxiation & Gas cylinder connections of beverage gases.

    Gases: CO2, Compressed Gases, Gas Cylinders, Mixed Gases, Oxygen, Special Gases
    Application: Beverage, Food, Leisure
    Dry Ice Safety

    Dry Ice Safety: Online Training Course

    Course type: E-Learning Course
    Course Duration: 45 minutes

    Interactive & engaging e-Learning course. Covering the safe use and handling of dry ice. Understand the hazards posed by dry ice and learn how to control the risks.

    Gases: CO2, Dry Ice
    Application: Education, Food, Healthcare, Laboratory, Manufacturing, Produce
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