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Crucial Sauces QM first Level 4 Food Safety success for SOFHT

13 August 2014

Jack Walker, Quality Manager at Birmingham-based Crucial Sauces has become SOFHT’s first Carousel Level 4 Food Safety Training programme ‘graduate’. 

The course enables delegates to ‘hop on and off’ training and complete modules along-side their business commitments.

Crucial Sauces is a young, fast expanding company supplying sauces to the foodservice, convenience stores and retail market. Jack, who is working at the company on a year’s placement from University College Birmingham where he is studying for a BSc in Food & Consumer Management, was able to fit in the level 4 around his work.

Jack Walker said: “The SOFHT Level 4 Training Course has enabled me to fit in senior level food safety and hygiene around my job.  I am now the highest food safety trained on site in Crucial Sauces and undergoing the course will help me in my future career too as it is definitely pitched at high management level training”.

“Food safety is of utmost importance here at Crucial -  as it should be in any food business – but the carousel idea – which allowed me to hop on and off the training courses, attracted me as it was much more viable for the business for me to be off site one day per month rather than entire working week. 

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