purpose of this page is to explain to successful candidates what
their next steps are if they want to progress to a nationally recognised
qualification. Assuming that you haven't just clicked from the HeLP
page and have actually completed the eLearning programme.
journey so far
congratulations for completing the programme. Online learning,
like open learning, isn't for everyone and it requires commitment
and discipline to work through the package on your own.
that you have studied the package what can you do next?
Nothing. If the information you have acquired is enough and
you don't need a formal qualification then you need do nothing
more than you have already done.
Sit the written test and see if you can acquire the formal qualification.
The eLearning programme, like Seafish's longstanding open learning
programme counts as a recognised course of study towards the
Food Hygiene as awarded by the Royal Environmental Health Institute
for Scotland, or
2 Food Safety in:
as awarded by the Chartered Institute for Environmental
of the hard work is behind you now, so if you want to take
the test* then this is what you need to do next.
Have your progress record to hand as we will want to confirm
some of the details.
Ring Seafish on 01472 252302 to get the contact details
of your local Approved Training Provider (ATP).
Ring your ATP and agree costs, venue and date/time for
the multiple choice written test.
Revise any parts of the course you want to before you
take the written (not online) test.
Take the written test and if your score is above the pass
mark then you will be awarded the appropriate qualification.
Test checklist - take along the following to your test:
Progress Record - without this
you cannot take the test.
ID card or similar proof of identity -
without this you cannot take the test.
form if you want the ATP to send it to Seafish.
log sheet. But not essential if you didn't complete
it as you went along.
formal written test is a multiple choice test very similar
to the one you took online at the end of the eLearning
programme, only its on paper and it takes longer to get