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Root Cause Analysis

A one-day course that aims to explain the process of Root Cause Analysis; how to identify the root cause issues and how to put in place preventative measures to meet BRC Standard requirements. By examining practical industry examples delegates will gain the understanding and awareness necessary to implement an effective Root Cause Analysis strategy.

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Substation Entry

Access requirements for work such as painting, checking emergency lighting and servicing fire extinguishers, or escorting contractors such as gardening, pest control or cleaning all require an awareness of the environment and potential hazards inside substations. This course looks at the dangers of electricity and hazards that could be encountered, what behaviour and control measures are required when entering these areas, the role of personnel and the type of documentation which could be used to gain access.

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Supplier Auditing

This 1-day course is aimed at those responsible for, or aiming to be responsible for, the auditing of their organisation's new and existing suppliers as part of their job role.

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The Ethical Trading Workshop

This course will detail the issues covered by the ETI Base Code and their application to UK suppliers. This workshop is intended to help suppliers and growers to understand the requirements of the ETI Base Code so that they can meet their legal requirements and the expectation of their customers.

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Threat Assessment and Critical Control Point (TACCP) and Vulnerability Assessment and Critical Control Point (VACCP) Workshop

A one-day course that deals with the various issues head-on to identify threats and areas of weakness within existing Food Safety Management Systems. Knowledge of TACCP (Threat Analysis and Critical Control Points) and VACCP (Vulnerability Assessment and Critical Control Points is essential if you are to avoid the potential for food fraud throughout your supply chain.

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Trainer Skills Refresher

This is a one day highly interactive workshop to discuss ideas and techniques to keep your training topical and up to date.

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Water Regulations course - BPEC

On successful completion of this course you will be able to apply to be an ‘approved contractor’ for water regulation purposes. This means that you can self-certify your plumbing work and also work for housing associations and other various non-government bodies. You will also be able to join the WIAPS Approved Plumbers Scheme providing you hold other relevant certificates.

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WaterSafe Training QCF Level 3 Qualification - BPEC

HTM 04-01 Part A Section 1.17 states that only installers with the appropriate qualifications, regulatory knowledge and competence should be employed to install and maintain water installations. This course will provide you with the required competencies and will allow registration to one of the seven Approved Contractor Schemes, providing a pathway to WaterSafe Accreditation. On completion, an onsite assessment of your work will be carried out and you will attain the QCF Level 3 in Safe Systems of Hot and Cold Water and Sanitation. The course requires an initial pre-assessment which can be booked at anytime up to a week before the course commences.

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