FREE food hygiene certificate offer
An exclusive FREE food hygiene certificate (on successful completion) is available from the creators of ground-breaking app, A Game to Train, which uses immersive gaming technology to train staff to a Level 2 standard in food safety. This Chartered Institute of Environmental Health assured vocational accreditation is worth £25.
With a number of high profile food safely breaches hitting the headlines recently, along with the growth in consumer awareness of the ‘Scores on the Doors’ ratings, the creators of A Game to Train, respected food safety consultants, Melissa Thompson (previously an Environmental Health Inspector) and Audrey Deane, say it has never been more important for operators both big and small to ensure their staff are up to speed with food safety practices. With A Game to Train it has never been easier. It can be accessed on any device, is available in nine languages, and, crucially, is fun to play – with challenges, rewards, and leaderboards to drive engagement.
Caterers can claim their FREE Food Hygiene Certificate by visiting and entering their details to receive a game code, for use before April 30th 2017 (full T&C’s available on the website). With candidates performing 15% better and an hour quicker to complete, when compared to an identical market leading e-learning course, this could be the future of food safety training.
Richard Cowell-Oakes, Group Operations Manager at Hawksmoor Restaurants, who currently use the system, had this to say: ‘As soon as we saw the A Game To Train Food Safety app, we knew that it would be a great fit for our Company and what we believe in. Using great products has always been a key value here at Hawksmoor and this fits the bill perfectly. Our managers could see straight away that this would engage their teams immediately!’
Whilst Audrey says: “Hygiene in the kitchen is such a vital consideration, yet without the proper provision and training, hard won reputations can be tarnished or even destroyed in an instant. We have been working in the food industry for many years and know the long hours’ people work to keep business booming. We also understand that hospitality workforces can be transient – these factors combined mean training can become an afterthought.
We’re offering the app free of charge as a one-off download per site until 30th April 2017 to encourage catering managers to experience it for themselves and see why it’s the ideal way to train staff. ”
To find out more, go to: www.agametotrain.co.uk