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. Therefore, it is essential that participants have the support of their line manager prior to booking.
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 (evidence of which is required).
September 19th 2019, Greener Kirkcaldy Community Food Hub, Kirkcaldy (REHIS Food Hygiene)
September 26th 2019, Greener Kirkcaldy Community Food Hub, Kirkcaldy (REHIS Food and Health)
October 3rd 2019, Greener Kirkcaldy Community Food Hub, Kirkcaldy (REHIS How to Cook with Groups)
Lyndsay Clark, Senior Health Promotion Officer – Food & Health, Fife Health & Social Care Partnership
Vicki Bennett, Health Promotion Dietitian, Fife Health & Social Care Partnership
Iain Anderson, Community Food Development Worker, Fife Council