The next REHIS Intermediate Train the Presenter course is being held on Thursday 23 March and Friday 24 March 2017, for anyone who wants to develop practical training skills and/or meet the minimum training requirement for applying to become a REHIS Approved Presenter.
It is essential that candidates attending this course are either woring towards or have already achieved the Diploma in Advanced Food Hygiene (or equivalent).
The REHIS Annual Presenters Update Seminar for Food and Health & Cooking Skills Presenters
This seminar is for registered REHIS Presenters in food and health and cooking skills. The purpose of the event is to share information, give Presenters the opportunity to ask questions of the REHIS staff, meet other Presenters and to hear presentations from various speakers on food and health matters.
A booking form and programme is attached.
Thursday, 11 May, 2017 - 10:00
The IET Teachers Building, 14 St Enoch Square, Glasgow G1 4D
REHIS Southern Centre in conjunction with Fife Council, Glasgow City Council and South Lanarkshire Council are holding a Food Workshop. The workshop is intended for students, newly qualified officers and those returning to food activities, but should be equally useful as refresher training for more experienced officers. The workshop is open to REHIS members only. Refreshments and buffet lunch provided.
See the attached document for a programme and a booking form.
This is a one day course designed to provide knowledge from the basics to some advanced issues. The training should be equally useful to newly qualified officers and more experienced staff.
The course is being delivered by Mike Stigwood from MAS Environmental Ltd who is well known for his expertise in the field and his honest and passionate approach to Environmental Health issues in general.
See the attached document for more information and a registration form.
Wednesday, 21 June, 2017 - 09:30
Stirling Council Chambers, Old Viewforth Building, Stirling
REHIS Annual Environmental Health Forum, Wednesday 26 and Thursday 27 April 2017, Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock
The REHIS Annual Environmental Health Forum provides all Environmental Health Professionals in both the public and private sectors an opportunity to maintain and enhance their knowledge, skills and competence.