Thinking about becoming a Highfield centre? You don’t want to miss this event!

Places are still available for our upcoming Introducing Highfield event on Thursday 5 January 2017 in Walsall, with guest speaker Richard Sprenger, who will be sharing his expertise on some food safety topics including “Improving food safety” with particular reference to “the Person in Charge System”, he will also lead a participatory discussion on the science associated  with several common practises and some of the terms we use, including the “danger zone”, hand washing, effective use of thermometers, food poisoning and “safe limits” This is a must-attend event for all food safety trainers.

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Richard Sprenger speaking at the Oman Food Safety Conference 2016

In addition to this, we will provide delegates with full information on how to transfer from the CIEH to Highfield, following on from the CIEH voluntarily surrendering its awarding organisation status. You will also be able to view Highfield’s supporting training materials on the day.

This morning event (09:00am – 12:00pm) is FREE to attend and is open not only to CIEH customers, but also training providers who would like to find out more about delivering qualifications from Highfield. It goes without saying that we would welcome any of our current customers who would like to attend; it is always good to catch up, receive feedback and see how we can improve.

Attendance at this event will also entitle you to 2 CPD points.

To book yourself and/or your colleagues on to this event, please visit here. Alternatively, you can secure your place by calling our Sales team on 0845 226 0350/01302 363 277 or by emailing the Events team at Spaces will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Book now to avoid disappointment!

Click here to view our 2017 events calendar, to find out when we will be holding an event in your area.

Highfield Chief Executive’s charity match to fight bowel cancer

Highfield Chief Executive Jason Sprenger spent a fantastic Sunday (22 November 2015) at Wembley Stadium playing in a charity football match to help raise money for bowel cancer research.

The match, organised by the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK and hosted by Bobby’s wife Stephanie, raised over £50,000 and attracted around 1000 spectators.

Four teams played on the day, with Jason representing the Argentina team, captained by former England international Luther Blissett and which also included Danny Jones from pop group McFly.

While Jason managed to break a finger on the day, it was all in the name of a great cause and fantastic fun for all those involved.

If you would like to support the Bobby Moore Fund, go to