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Train your staff to CIEH Level 2 for free



Fish and chip shops are being given the opportunity to get their staff CIEH Level 2 accredited for free with the game-based learning app A Game to Train.


The app, launched in November last year by two experienced food safety trainers, can be played on computers, tablets and smart phone and is said to deliver food safety training in a fun and engaging way by putting players in the position of a restaurant supervisor where they must complete various food hygiene-based tasks.

Shops simply need to register their staff online after which they will be sent a game code, enabling individuals to begin the CIEH assured Level 2 certificate for free. Codes must be used by the 30th April 2017.

Simply click here to register.

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