Food Safe Level 1 Course

The Black Creek Community Association (BCCA) is offering a Food Safe Level 1 Course on Sunday, June 26.

The course will be held at the Black Creek Community Centre from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.

The goals of the course are to train individuals to become responsible food handlers in the food industry by using safe food handling methods and food preparation techniques, as well as to promote worker health and safety.

The course is open to ages fourteen and up. Participants are asked to bring a lunch and refreshments.

The course fee is $75 per person. Pre-registration is required for this class by Monday, June 20.

Call the BCCA office at 250-337-5190.

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