Be wary of buffet food. Has it been kept at safe temperatures?
Here in the Ashford office, surrounded as we are by some of the finest restaurants and food outlets, food and beverages are never far from our thoughts. We always have coffee and cake or biscuits ready for clients and visitors who pop in to see the team. And a lot of our work is based around food, especially allergen awareness and food safety training for people who work with food.
Food safety revolves around a set of basic rules, designed to prevent food poisoning. It occurred to us that […]
Punctuation: the difference between ‘Let’s cook mother’ and ‘Let’s cook, mother’.
While celebrating Punctuation Day on September 24, Ashford’s resident punctuation enforcer stumbled across an old notepad. The faded jotter, whose tatty pages are stained with ancient coffee cup rings, dates from our Editor’s previous life as a newspaper hack. […]
Technological advances have made enormous changes to the way we work and the kind of work we do. They’ve also helped us declutter the office!
The Ashford blog has a nostalgic glow about it this week. While researching the latest elearning trends (online of course, how else?) we chanced upon […]
The knowledge check is a vital part of any learning. It takes many forms – a fun quiz, spot the hazard interaction, scenario-based game, and so on. You might have it as a ‘test’ at the end of the course or scatter questions throughout the course to check learners’ progress […]