Sunday, February 06, 2011

HACCP Level 3, Issue 6 BRC, ISO22000

The next course dates have been set.

Intermediate Level 3 HACCP course:- 31st March and 1st April

50% funding could be available, see below.

The above course will be running at Linlithgow Rugby Club and will run from 0900 to 1700 each day.

The HACCP level 3 RSPH certificated course has plenty of work shop activities and is completed with a 1.5 hour exam set by RSPH. The course aims to ensure that delegates gather the necessary skills and confidence to be able to originate or contribute to HACCP studies. Currently over 50% of delegates attending this course with us have been achieving distinction level. The course includes all the workshop materials and templates, Carol Wallace course book as well as lunch and refreshments both days. Cost £550 + VAT per delegate.

The New Issue 6 BRC standard is to be published in July and we will be reviewing the draft in March. All BRC and QMS training will now be focused towards the imminent changes.

ISO22000 training is also going to become available in April 2011.

Funding maybe available up to 50% through the following link to skills development Scotland:-

Let us know if you wish to attend the scheduled level 3 HACCP course or would like to attend the first of the BRC Issue 6 Implementation or Internal Auditing Courses in the coming months.


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