The REHIS Annual Environmental Health Forum provides all Environmental Health Professionals in both the public and private sectors an opportunity to maintain and enhance their knowledge, skills and competence.
This year’s Forum under the theme ‘Making the Difference to Public Health’ will consist of a whole day plenary session (Wednesday 24 April) and morning only workshop sessions (Thursday 25 April).
The Food and Health Presenters Update Seminar will be held on Thursday 9th May from 0900 to 1330 in the Albert Halls in Stirling. This is an excellent opportunity for Food and Health and Cooking Skills Presenters to hear about all the recent updates and changes. As always many questions can be answered on the day which may save valuable time once back in the Centres. It also gives Presenters the chance to meet and communicate with REHIS staff and network with fellow Presenters. To book a place, please complete and return the attached booking form.
Due to popular demand, the Southern Centre is repeating this course which provides an on-site practical exercise to cover repair defect identification and the available powers that Environmental Health Officers (EHOs) can use to recognise repairs to be effected, with an emphasis on building disrepair and statutory nuisance.
The REHIS Intermediate Train the Presenter course is for anyone who wants to develop practical training skills and/or meet the minimum training requirement for applying to become a REHIS Approved Presenter. Ideally, candidates attending this course already have achieved or are working towards the Diploma in Advanced Food Hygiene (or equivalent) or Health and Safety qualification.