FIRST REHIS TRAINING COURSE FOR COWAL COMMUNITY HOSPITAL DEEMED SUCCESSFUL
REHIS is delighted to announce that one of its newest centres, Cowal Community Hospital has successfully delivered its first REHIS training course.
Candidates working throughout the Isle of Bute locality undertook the REHIS Elementary Food Hygiene Course on 30 August in Rothesay on the beautiful Isle of Bute.
The course was delivered by Pauline Murty, Hotel Services Manager. Pauline recently undertook both the Intermediate Food Hygiene and Advanced Diploma in Food Hygiene courses at City of Glasgow College. She also successfully passed the REHIS Intermediate Train the Presenter course last year.
Comments from the nine candidates were favourable, most of them saying they found the course interesting, well delivered and the content relevant to their job. Pauline stated “I delivered my first Elementary Food Hygiene course on Wednesday 30th August 2017. I felt a mix of both excitement and anticipation.
I was also audited on the day by Raymond Hubbocks (Training Adviser), who guided me and has been a fantastic mentor to me. I also feel I benefitted from undertaking the Train the Presenter course held by REHIS. This course gave me a lot of hints and tips for effective presenting of the course and also gave me confidence. I'm happy to report that all candidates I trained passed.”