Food Hygiene and Health & Safety Specialists

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Accreditations

Norman Gentry Consulting are members of or accredited by several professional organisations:

  • Royal Society for Public Health (R.S.P.H) to carry out food safety training
  • Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (C.I.E.H.) training centre and are able to provide a wide range of their accredited courses
  • City & Guilds. City & Guilds is a leading UK awarding body for National Vocational Qualifications (N.V.Q.s) and their Scottish equivalents (S.V.Q.s)
  • Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance (H.A.B.C.) to carry out food safety and health and safety training

C.I.E.H. Centre Charter

Norman Gentry Consulting are committed to the Charter Principles which incorporates standards of excellence and principles of good practice as specified in the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health's (C.I.E.H.) Centre Charter

All registered centres throughout the C.I.E.H. training network are expected to adhere to the following standards:

  1. All candidates will be provided with appropriate pre-course information.
  2. An appropriate training solution will be determined
  3. The effective management of all issues relating to delivery of the programme will be assured.
  4. The level and method of delivery will be appropriate to the needs of the candidate.
  5. The quality of all training resources will be assured.
  6. The knowledge of the trainer will be technically competent and up-to-date.
  7. Centres will establish processes to maintain standards.
  8. Examinations and assessments will be conducted according to C.I.E.H. and regulatory bodies standards

Valid until: 31 December 2016

C.I.E.H. Trainer Charter

Norman Gentry Consulting are committed to the Charter Principles which incorporates standards of excellence and principles of good practice as specified in the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health's (C.I.E.H.) Trainer Charter

All registered trainers throughout the C.I.E.H. training network are expected to adhere to the following standards:

  1. All candidates will be provided with appropriate pre-course information.
  2. An appropriate training solution will be determined
  3. The effective management of all issues relating to delivery of the programme will be assured.
  4. The level and method of delivery will be appropriate to the needs of the candidate.
  5. The quality of all training resources will be assured.
  6. The knowledge of the trainer will be technically competent and up-to-date.
  7. Trainers will act to support evaluation processes to maintain standards.
  8. Examinations and assessments will be conducted according to C.I.E.H. and regulatory bodies standards

Valid until: 31 December 2016

In July 2005, the C.I.E.H. found the standard of training provision to be

"to a good standard".
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