Royal Institute of Public Health


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Royal Institute of Public Health

A UK body founded in 1886 as the Association of Medical Men Possessing a Qualification in Sanitary Science, which was renamed the British Institute of Public Health in 1892, and gained royal patronage in 1897. The RIPH was dedicated to furthering public health; it was subsumed by the merger with the Royal Society of Health, and together they were renamed as the Royal Society for Public Health.
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Working with the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) and the Sector Skills Councils, the Royal Institute of Public Health offers awards at various levels within the National Qualifications Framework.
The Royal Institute of Public Health is holding a one-day symposium on the subject "Heart, Mind and Body: Nutrition in Childhood.
An e-mail based Level 1 food safety training course accredited by the Royal Institute of Public Health & Hygiene, has been introduced by Advanced Food Safety Ltd and Direct Food Hygiene.
The award-winning training pack, entitled 'Food Hygiene - A Guide for Food Handlers', has also been certificated by the Royal Institute of Public Health and Hygiene.
A range of hand cleaning products from Tork have just been tested and certified by the Royal Institute of Public Health and Hygiene.
This new qualification, accredited by the Royal Institute of Public Health and Hygiene, meets both general food hygiene requirements and legislation relevant to the training of food handlers.

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