This 1-day course is the minimum requirement for all food handlers employed in the food industry. It focuses on the importance of food hygiene, associated food safety hazards, good hygiene practice and controls based upon awareness of food safety management systems.
Food handlers include:
Any person who handles food whether open or packaged
Any person who enters food premises – maintenance engineers, delivery personnel etc
Food operations need to ensure that their HACCP team members have the required knowledge and understanding of the HACCP principles. Refresher training in HACCP would help food operations demonstrate to external and third party auditors that the team's knowledge and understanding has been maintained.
This course is designed to give previously trained participants an update on developments in HACCP and to provide an opportunity to discuss issues regarding HACCP with an experienced HACCP specialist. To achieve this the course has a mix of tutor presentations and discussion sessions, exercises are included to promote participant involvement. The course is suitable for participants that have been previously trained at the Intermediate (Level 3) or Advanced (Level 4) levels.
The broad content of this course ensures supervisors and skilled workers receive a good standard of food hygiene knowledge and training leading to a widely recognised qualification. This course has been carefully designed to enable potential managers to move towards the Level 4 qualification.Learn more
A 2-day Level 3 HACCP training course leading to the RSPH/HABC Level 3 Award in HACCP for Food Manufacturing.
This course provides managers and key supervisors with an excellent grounding in HACCP principles and methodology. They will gain the understanding and awareness necessary to design and implement an effective HACCP system. Ideally all HACCP team members should complete this course before commencing a HACCP study.
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.Learn more