Shaped by major food industry employers, the Food Manufacture (Operations Management) degree aims to prepare students for key operational roles within the sector, where there is demand for highly skilled managers.
This course can be studied at Foundation (FdSc) or Bachelor’s (BSc) level http://www.lincoln.ac.uk/fdsopmub
Developed in collaboration with employers in the food manufacturing industry, this course aims to provide students with the opportunity to develop expert knowledge in quality assurance, factory processes, product development and management specific to the food sector.Learn more
Food safety, hygiene and the prevention of contamination are key factors in the manufacture and production of food and in food service. (Those responsible for these areas are required to be trained to manage the situation.) Those responsible for the management of food operation need to be trained to a level that enables them to demonstrate their competency.Learn more
The supervision of people who are handling and producing food is a responsible task. It is essential that the supervisor identify and prevent or control any potential hazards and are equipped to effectively manage food handlers on safety issues. This course provides the key information on how to achieve and maintain good standards of food safety.Learn more
HACCP systems and many prerequisite programmes must be validated prior to implementation to obtain evidence that safe food can be provided. After implementation, verification activities are needed to provide evidence that HACCP and the prerequisites are actually effective and being complied with.Learn more