Monday, December 08, 2008

Food Safety Courses January 2009

Forth Coming Food Safety Courses for January 2009

13th and 14th January RIPH certificated Intermediate HACCP
This course gives excellent practical training on the HACCP principles and their application. The course is filled with a mix of theory and workshops facilitating any delegate to approach future HACCP projects with confidence. An exam at the end ensures that the delegate can demonstrate competency through independent certification. The course is ideal for anyone who is part of a HACCP team, including team leaders.

26th and 27th January RIPH certificated Intermediate Food Hygiene
This course is designed for individuals who are in Quality or Supervisory roles. This course provides the delegate with an excellent understanding of Food Safety allowing them to assess procedures, practices and incidents.

28th January Food Microbiology Course
This course is suitable for Quality or Technical Managers, Internal Auditors and Technical Support staff. The course is aimed at fulfilling the requirements of the BRC global standard Food Issue 5 in areas such as Process (HACCP) and Hygiene validation and new product development. In particular, the course aims to equip delegates with the appropriate knowledge to validate their HACCP plans, including the identification of appropriate organisms of concern and acceptable levels.

23rd February BRC Issue 5 Update course
Course Content
· The Standards development
· In depth review of the Standard
· Standard interpretation
· The protocol and certification process
· Interactive workshops with case studies

24th February BRC Internal Auditing Course
Course Content
· Internal Auditing
· Standard interpretation
· Interactive workshops with case studies

March (date to be set) Food Labelling NEW
Course Content
· Nutritional labelling
· Weight declarations
· Product claims
· Preservatives / Allergens
· Trace and durability coding

All the courses will be held at our training suite just 2 minutes from junction 4 of the M8. It is easy to find and there is ample free parking.

Please contact us if any of the above courses are of interest or if you would like further information and a quotation.

1 comment:

johnseomaven said...

It is really different when you prepare food from home compared to a restaurant. There are lots of people involved like Managers, Caterers and especially the Chefs or Cooks who handle the food. So, it is really important for those people to take food hygiene training for proper cleanliness of different foods they served.