Bivalve Purification Training Courses

Bivalve shellfish, such as mussels and oysters, must be purified before they are sold unless they were harvested from Class A waters. We support three training courses on bivalve purification.

Bivalve Purification Operations course

  • This course is suitable for people working as operatives, supervisors and managers.
  • It is a one-day taught course which includes a 20 question multiple choice test.
  • People who pass the exam will receive a Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS) or Seafish qualification.
  • It is usually delivered to a single business, but public courses are also available.
  • Cost is around £100-£150 per person depending on location.
  • Course materials include a GMPG handbook.

Bivalve Purification Inspections course

  • This course is suitable for Environmental Health Officers.
  • It is a one-day taught course which includes an exam.
  • People who pass the exam will receive a Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS) or Seafish qualification.
  • This course is usually delivered in London, Glasgow or South West England, but other locations are also available.
  • Price will be confirmed on application.
  • Course materials include a GMPG handbook.

Bivalve Purification Management course

  • This course is suitable for managers.
  • It is one-day taught course which includes an exam.
  • People who pass the exam will receive a Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS) or Seafish qualification.
  • The course can be delivered at various locations including Oban, Glasgow, London and South West England.
  • Cost is around £150-£200 per person depending on location.
  • Course materials include a GMPG handbook.

Further info

Courses are delivered by our Approved Training Providers. If you are unsure about contacting a training provider directly you can also submit an enquiry to our Onshore Training team.

Contacts

Contact our Onshore Training team
E: onshore@seafish.co.uk
T: 01472 252 300