There are four All about Allergens for Hospitals courses from which to choose. Select the course that best matches your work situation by reviewing the information in Choose your Course

All About Allergens for Hospitals: Kitchen Managers and Supervisors

KITCHEN MANAGERS AND SUPERVISORS

About this course: Gain knowledge about food allergy, adopt best practice procedures for food allergen management in the kitchen, and ensure staff are taking the necessary precautions when preparing meals for patients with food allergy. 

Suitable for: Kitchen managers | Kitchen supervisors | Food service managers | Food safety managers | Food safety auditors | Dietitians

All About Allergens for Hospitals: Kitchen Staff

KITCHEN STAFF

About this course: Gain knowledge about food allergy and how to safely prepare meals for patients with food allergy, paying attention to food storage, cleaning, meal plating and meal delivery.   

Suitable for: Hospital food service| Cooks and chefs| Dietetic assistants and menu monitors | Kitchen hands | Technical staff| Front line operational food service staff (e.g. plating meals) | Food service assistants (FSAs) | Catering staff: catering assistants


All about Allergens for Hospitals: Ward Managers and Nurses

Ward managers and nurses

About this course: Gain knowledge about food allergy, manage patients with food allergy on the ward and understand the processes needed to ensure that the right meal and fluid is delivered to the right patient.   

Suitable for: Executive; Director of Nursing | Nurse unit manager (or otherwise named) | Staff educators | Nurses (Registered and Enrolled)

All about Allergens for Hospitals: Ward Support Staff

WARD STAFF

About this course: Gain knowledge about food allergy and how to manage patients with food allergy on the ward.

Suitable for ward support staff including: Assistants in nursing | Non-clinical support staff (e.g. Personal Service Assistants (PSAs)/Patient Care Assistants (PCAs) or otherwise named) | Dietetic assistants and menu monitors (working on wards) | Clinical assistants| Admin staff (e.g. ward clerks, admissions, receptionists)| Lifestyle and activity staff| Volunteers