Cooking with the Community – How to Cook with Groups

September 4, 2018 – September 18, 2018 all-day UTC Timezone
Maxwell Centre
Stenhouse St
Cowdenbeath KY4 9DG
Karen Stirling
01592 226488

Day 1 – 4 September 2018 – REHIS Food Hygiene

Day 2 – 12 September 2018 – REHIS Food and Health

Day 3 – 18 September 2018 – REHIS How to Cook with Groups


To enable participants to increase their confidence in planning and delivering practical food and health cooking workshops and enabling them to become a Fife Food Champion.

To become an accredited Fife Food Champion, participants will need to deliver two cooking workshops within 3 months of attending this training.

Learning outcomes:

By the end of this course participants will have:

  • A greater understanding of the importance of food hygiene and food and health
  • Understood the importance of the role of food hygiene and food and health in delivering food workshops and how to appropriately integrate the key messages into their work
  • Understood what makes a good facilitator and what tools are available to support food and health related work
  • Increased their skills and confidence to plan and deliver practical food related workshops
  • An understanding of the importance of monitoring and evaluating.

 Who should attend?

Those with a role or professional interest in developing and delivering practical food/cookery workshops within their own organisations. Some experience of facilitating groups/delivering practical food activities is advisable.

NB: Participants that already hold a current certificate in Food Hygiene (within the last 5 years) are exempt from the Food Hygiene Training element.

Food and Health and Food Hygiene elements are certificated courses through REHIS (Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland)