If you love food and want to uphold the quality and safety of restaurants, this course could teach you how to make a career out of it.Take our virtual tour The safety and authenticity of the food we eat and the hygiene of food premises that prepare and serve food is of paramount importance. This is reflected in the work of government agencies, regulatory bodies and local councils who have responsibility for food safety. Individual food producers, suppliers and catering outlets also require knowledge and understanding of their responsibilities and legal requirements. If you have a passion for food safety, food inspection, regulation and global food developments then this could be the degree for you. The second year of this degree covers the academic content of the Higher Certificate in Food Control, which needs to be completed by anoyne who wishes to develop their career in Food Inspection, recognised by Local Government and the Food Standards Agency. Once the content has been successfully completed, you will be required to pass a professional interviews with examiners from the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) and to complete a logbook of field practice – this can be expected to take an additional year. Our multimillion pound Science and Health Building features a suite of analytical and biological laboratories where you can gain hands-on experience in food safety, inspection and analytical techniques.