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HACCP - validation and verification

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.

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Handling ‘F’ Gases and ODS substances (Cat 1)

This is aimed at those working within the refrigeration and air-conditioning industry who need to meet the legal requirements for working with fluorinated gases, and other ozone depleting substances.

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Handling ‘F’ Gases and ODS substances (Cat 4)

This course will provide you with the knowledge and practical skills to undertake leak checking of stationary refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump equipment to meet category IV theoretical requirements.
This is aimed at those working within the refrigeration, air-conditioning and heat pump sector using fluorinated gases and ozone depleting substances.

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High Voltage Awareness for Site Managers

This course is aimed at management staff who have responsibility for sites that contain High Voltage electrical equipment. It is also suitable for engineers who wish to gain an understanding of High Voltage systems.

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High Voltage Maintenance Course

This course is aimed at experienced staff who have responsibility for the safety and maintenance of High Voltage switchgear. It is particularly suitable for those who may be required to undertake inspection,maintenance and testing of High Voltage equipment.

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High Voltage Technical Awareness

This course is aimed at engineering staff who work within high voltage environments, as either an Authorised Person, Competent Person or Engineers within this discipline.

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HNC and HND in Engineering

This Higher Education Programme was developed in partnership with the Food and Drink industry and Sheffield Hallam University, with expected progression to Sheffield Hallam’s Degree qualifications in Food and Drink Engineering.
The HNC and HND courses are run on a part-time basis over 18 months. The total duration for the HND is three years. Attendance is for one day per week including possible twilight sessions. You will also need to allow additional time for independent study and research.

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HNC Electrical/Electronic Engineering

Our HNC Electrical / Electronic Engineering allows you to up your engineering skills and work towards becoming a professional engineer. The course will develop skills and knowledge that will allow you to bring together engineering elements in project based assignments related to the needs of the engineering sector.

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HNC General Engineering

This HNC General Engineering course is ideal for those currently working in industry who may want to progress into engineering management, or who wish to gain professional recognition by gaining a higher qualification geared to the needs of industry. By completing a General Engineering qualification you will have a broad base of skills and knowledge to build on for the future.

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Hydrocarbon Qualification

This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to safely handle hydrocarbon refrigerants during installation, service, maintenance and disposal.

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Industry Approved Programme
This mark means the qualification has been created in conjuntion with the food & drink industry and approved by leading industry experts to include the specific elements employers will be looking for in the future.