FREE Level 2 Food

Hygiene & Allergy Awareness Course

  • ‘Now Fully Booked’ but there are limited in-person training places available with a workshop taking place on Monday 24th May 2021 from 9:30am to 4:30pm at Brunswick Church.

  • To sign Up email:
  • The course is open to residents across Greater Manchester and after Monday 17th May, you will be invited to gain hands on practical experience at one of our community training kitchens in Brunswick, Gorton or Stockport.
  • In addition to the FREE Online course and practical training, you will also receive a FREE e-manual to provide you with essential guidance when working within or creating your own community food catering setting.
  • The course is funded by Social Enterprise Support Fund, distributed by the School for Social Entrepreneurs.
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Feedback from participants who have completed the course to date say:

“This course was very interesting and I learned things I did not know. I feel more confident about allergens now. I found the course interesting and very useful to my role as a volunteer in a kitchen.”

Kathyrn, Sale
“Really clear and simply laid out.”
Julie, Chorlton

I am grateful with Cracking Good Food for included me in this course. I feel more capable of achieve more thing in the future and this course inspire me to carry on in the catering and hospitality industry.


English is not my first language so there were some allergens that I had to look up on internet specially how they look. The information was quite clear and interesting. I enjoyed the interactive questions at the end of every section.

Prestwich Resident

With thanks to our funders:

The Social Enterprise Support Fund provides essential financial support to help social enterprises during COVID-19. It will help social enterprises to meet additional demands, change the way they work, make their spaces COVID-secure, and manage liquidity during the next six months. Five social enterprise support agencies have come together to deliver the fund. Big Issue Invest, The Key Fund, Resonance, the School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) and UnLtd will jointly deliver £18.5 million in grants, with support from CAF Venturesome, the Young Foundation and Ashoka. This has been made possible thanks to The National Lottery Community Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK. The partnership is one of five The National Lottery Community Fund is supporting as part of its COVID crisis response.