Training

BRC Food Issue 8: Site Training

Course Objective: To provide an understanding of the details of the scheme, How to meet the requirements of the Standard, What to expect from your BRC Global Standards audit, Accessing and using site audit reports on the BRC Global Standards Directory

  • BRC Food Issue 8: Site Training

    When
    27—28 Jun, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 7050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Harare, Zimbabwe
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Technical & Quality Managers and their teams from manufacturing and retailing.
      • BRC Global Standards Professionals
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course has been designed to enable delegates to gain a full understanding of the general principles of the standard, and how to comply with the requirements. Delegates will also gain an understanding of what to expect during the process of certification, and actions needed prior to, during and after the audit.

       

      Key Learning Objectives

      To provide an understanding of:

      • The details of the scheme
      • How to meet the requirements of the Standard
      • What to expect from your BRC Global Standard audit
      • Accessing and using site audit reports on the BRC Global Standard Directory
  • BRC Food Issue 8: Site Training

    When
    18—19 Jul, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 7050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Gauteng
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Technical & Quality Managers and their teams from manufacturing and retailing.
      • BRC Global Standards Professionals
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course has been designed to enable delegates to gain a full understanding of the general principles of the standard, and how to comply with the requirements. Delegates will also gain an understanding of what to expect during the process of certification, and actions needed prior to, during and after the audit.

       

      Key Learning Objectives

      To provide an understanding of:

      • The details of the scheme
      • How to meet the requirements of the Standard
      • What to expect from your BRC Global Standard audit
      • Accessing and using site audit reports on the BRC Global Standard Directory
  • BRC Food Issue 8: Site Training

    When
    29—30 Aug, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 7050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Technical & Quality Managers and their teams from manufacturing and retailing.
      • BRC Global Standards Professionals
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course has been designed to enable delegates to gain a full understanding of the general principles of the standard, and how to comply with the requirements. Delegates will also gain an understanding of what to expect during the process of certification, and actions needed prior to, during and after the audit.

       

      Key Learning Objectives

      To provide an understanding of:

      • The details of the scheme
      • How to meet the requirements of the Standard
      • What to expect from your BRC Global Standard audit
      • Accessing and using site audit reports on the BRC Global Standard Directory
  • BRC Food Issue 8: Site Training

    When
    12—13 Sep, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 7050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Kakamas
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Technical & Quality Managers and their teams from manufacturing and retailing.
      • BRC Global Standards Professionals
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course has been designed to enable delegates to gain a full understanding of the general principles of the standard, and how to comply with the requirements. Delegates will also gain an understanding of what to expect during the process of certification, and actions needed prior to, during and after the audit.

       

      Key Learning Objectives

      To provide an understanding of:

      • The details of the scheme
      • How to meet the requirements of the Standard
      • What to expect from your BRC Global Standard audit
      • Accessing and using site audit reports on the BRC Global Standard Directory
  • BRC Food Issue 8: Site Training

    When
    7—8 Nov, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 7050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Tzaneen
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Technical & Quality Managers and their teams from manufacturing and retailing.
      • BRC Global Standards Professionals
    Contents

      Course Objective:

      This course has been designed to enable delegates to gain a full understanding of the general principles of the standard, and how to comply with the requirements. Delegates will also gain an understanding of what to expect during the process of certification, and actions needed prior to, during and after the audit.

       

      Key Learning Objectives

      To provide an understanding of:

      • The details of the scheme
      • How to meet the requirements of the Standard
      • What to expect from your BRC Global Standard audit
      • Accessing and using site audit reports on the BRC Global Standard Directory
  • BRC Food Issue 8: Site Training

    When
    5—6 Dec, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 7050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Technical & Quality Managers and their teams from manufacturing and retailing.
      • BRC Global Standards Professionals
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course has been designed to enable delegates to gain a full understanding of the general principles of the standard, and how to comply with the requirements. Delegates will also gain an understanding of what to expect during the process of certification, and actions needed prior to, during and after the audit.

       

      Key Learning Objectives

      To provide an understanding of:

      • The details of the scheme
      • How to meet the requirements of the Standard
      • What to expect from your BRC Global Standard audit
      • Accessing and using site audit reports on the BRC Global Standard Directory
  • BRC Food Issue 8: Site Training

    When
    12—13 Dec, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 7050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Gauteng
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Technical & Quality Managers and their teams from manufacturing and retailing.
      • BRC Global Standards Professionals
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course has been designed to enable delegates to gain a full understanding of the general principles of the standard, and how to comply with the requirements. Delegates will also gain an understanding of what to expect during the process of certification, and actions needed prior to, during and after the audit.

       

      Key Learning Objectives

      To provide an understanding of:

      • The details of the scheme
      • How to meet the requirements of the Standard
      • What to expect from your BRC Global Standard audit
      • Accessing and using site audit reports on the BRC Global Standard Directory

BRC Global Standards - Risk Assessment

Course Objectives: At the end of the course, delegates will be able to understand risk assessment terminology, choose and use different risk assessment models for processes onsite and understand what BRC Global Standards expects from a thorough risk assessment

  • Risk Assessment

    When
    11 Nov, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 4600.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Consultants
      • Auditors
      • Technical and Quality Staff
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course is to provide delegates with a thorough understanding of risk assessment and enable them to use different risk assessment models. This is particularly useful when implementing product safety management systems onsite, and when implementing the requirements of the BRC Global Standards

  • Risk Assessment

    When
    18 Nov, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 4600.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Gauteng
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Consultants
      • Auditors
      • Technical and Quality Staff
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course is to provide delegates with a thorough understanding of risk assessment and enable them to use different risk assessment models. This is particularly useful when implementing product safety management systems onsite, and when implementing the requirements of the BRC Global Standards

BRC Global Standards - Validation & Verification

Course Objectives: At the end of the course, delegates will be able to define and understand the terms validation and verification, understand the level of detail required for each process, use validation and verification in practice and appreciate how validation and verification relate to conformance to the Standard

  • Validation & Verification

    When
    13 Nov, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 4600.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Consultants
      • Auditors
      • Quality and safety managment staff at manufacturing, storage/distribution and retail sites
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course will provide delegates with a thorough understanding of validation and verification so they know the level of detail required for each process and are able to use validation and verification in practice. This is especially helpful when implementing some of the requirements in the BRC Global Standards.

  • Validation & Verification

    When
    20 Nov, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 4600.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Gauteng
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Consultants
      • Auditors
      • Quality and safety managment staff at manufacturing, storage/distribution and retail sites
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course will provide delegates with a thorough understanding of validation and verification so they know the level of detail required for each process and are able to use validation and verification in practice. This is especially helpful when implementing some of the requirements in the BRC Global Standards.

Food Fraud - Know thy enemy

Course Objectives: Understand and be able to act on the opportunities for food fraud , the signs of fraud – red flags, How to scan the horizon for vulnerabilities, How analytical analysis can assist with the prevention and control of food fraud, How to utilise risk assessment models for both raw materials and suppliers, Innovative techniques and tools to assist you

  • Presented by FACTS & NSF

    When
    31 Jul, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 3050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      o    Business directors

      o    Managers

      o    Operators

      o    Buyers

      o    Consultants

      o    Food Technologist

    Contents

      Understand and be able to act on:

       

      o    The opportunities for food fraud

      o    The signs of fraud – red flags

      o    How to scan the horizon for vulnerabilities

      o    How analytical analysis can assist with the prevention and control of food fraud

      o    How to utilise  risk assessment models for both raw materials and  suppliers

      o    Innovative techniques and tools to assist you

  • Presented by FACTS & NSF

    When
    8 Aug, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 3050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Johannesburg
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      o    Business directors

      o    Managers

      o    Operators

      o    Buyers

      o    Consultants

      o    Food Technologist

    Contents

      Understand and be able to act on:

       

      o    The opportunities for food fraud

      o    The signs of fraud – red flags

      o    How to scan the horizon for vulnerabilities

      o    How analytical analysis can assist with the prevention and control of food fraud

      o    How to utilise  risk assessment models for both raw materials and  suppliers

      o    Innovative techniques and tools to assist you

Root Cause Analysis

Course Objectives: Apply a root cause analysis approach to non-conformances, Challenge your results to be sure you have identified the root cause, Implement corrective actions and monitor their effectiveness, Close out a non-conformance, Introduce two practical approaches to your colleagues that they can use immediately (5 Whys and 6 Ms)

  • Root Cause Analysis

    When
    18 Jul, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 2500.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Gauteng
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Auditors
      • Certification Managers
      • Facility Managers
      • Food Agents and/or Brokers
      • Food Importers/Exporters
      • Food Safety & Quality Personnel
      • HACCP Personnel
      • Ingredient Suppliers
      • Inspectors
      • Operations/Maintenance/Sanitation
      • Owners/Operations of Food Business
      • Plant Managers/Supervisors
      • Production Managers/Supervisors
      • Public Health Inspectors
      • QA/QC Personnel
      • Quality Systems Coordinators
      • Regulatory Authorities & Personnel
      • Supply Chain Managers
    Contents

      Root cause analysis (RCA) is a method for problem-solving that identifies permanent practical solutions. RCA is required as part of corrective action in GFSI-benchmarked schemes. If you struggle with repeat non-conformances or problems that seem hard to solve, this course provides you with the tools for finding effective solutions to food safety and quality issues.

       

      What You’ll Do

      •         Select an appropriate RCA tool based on the nature of the problem

      •         Identify which issues are truly significant and prioritize efforts

      •         Discuss ways to identify potential factors causing problems and select the most likely cause(s)

       

      At the end of the program, you will be able to:

       

      •         Apply a root cause analysis approach to non-conformances

      •         Challenge your results to be sure you have identified the root cause

      •         Implement corrective actions and monitor their effectiveness

      •         Close out a non-conformance

      •         Introduce two practical approaches to your colleagues that they can use immediately (5 Whys and 6 Ms)

  • Root Cause Analysis

    When
    2 Aug, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 2500.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Auditors
      • Certification Managers
      • Facility Managers
      • Food Agents and/or Brokers
      • Food Importers/Exporters
      • Food Safety & Quality Personnel
      • HACCP Personnel
      • Ingredient Suppliers
      • Inspectors
      • Operations/Maintenance/Sanitation
      • Owners/Operations of Food Business
      • Plant Managers/Supervisors
      • Production Managers/Supervisors
      • Public Health Inspectors
      • QA/QC Personnel
      • Quality Systems Coordinators
      • Regulatory Authorities & Personnel
      • Supply Chain Managers
    Contents

      Root cause analysis (RCA) is a method for problem-solving that identifies permanent practical solutions. RCA is required as part of corrective action in GFSI-benchmarked schemes. If you struggle with repeat non-conformances or problems that seem hard to solve, this course provides you with the tools for finding effective solutions to food safety and quality issues.

       

      What You’ll Do

      •         Select an appropriate RCA tool based on the nature of the problem

      •         Identify which issues are truly significant and prioritize efforts

      •         Discuss ways to identify potential factors causing problems and select the most likely cause(s)

       

      At the end of the program, you will be able to:

       

      •         Apply a root cause analysis approach to non-conformances

      •         Challenge your results to be sure you have identified the root cause

      •         Implement corrective actions and monitor their effectiveness

      •         Close out a non-conformance

      •         Introduce two practical approaches to your colleagues that they can use immediately (5 Whys and 6 Ms)

BRC Food Issue 7 to 8 Conversion for Sites

Course Objective: Understanding the changes to existing requirements, Understanding what sites need to do to implement the new requirements, Recognize the changes to the protocol of the Standard, Know what to expect from the Food 8 audit

  • BRC Food Issue 7 to 8 Conversion for Sites

    When
    17 Jul, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 4600.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Gauteng
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Site technical & quality managers and their teams
      • BRC Global Standards Professionals
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course will provide delegates with an in-depth understanding of the revisions to the Standard requirements for Issue 8. It is designed to equip delegates with the skills and knowledge to successfully implement the changes to the Standard on-site.

       

      Key Learning Objectives

      • Understanding the changes to existing requirements
      • Understanding what sites need to do to implement the new requirements
      • Recognise the changes to the protocol of the Standard
      • Know what to expect from the Food 8 audit
  • BRC Food Issue 7 to 8 Conversion for Sites

    When
    28 Aug, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 4600.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Site technical & quality managers and their teams
      • BRC Global Standards Professionals
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course will provide delegates with an in-depth understanding of the revisions to the Standard requirements for Issue 8. It is designed to equip delegates with the skills and knowledge to successfully implement the changes to the Standard on-site.

       

      Key Learning Objectives

      • Understanding the changes to existing requirements
      • Understanding what sites need to do to implement the new requirements
      • Recognise the changes to the protocol of the Standard
      • Know what to expect from the Food 8 audit
  • BRC Food Issue 7 to 8 Conversion for Sites

    When
    11 Sep, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 4600.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Kakamas
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Site technical & quality managers and their teams
      • BRC Global Standards Professionals
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course will provide delegates with an in-depth understanding of the revisions to the Standard requirements for Issue 8. It is designed to equip delegates with the skills and knowledge to successfully implement the changes to the Standard on-site.

       

      Key Learning Objectives

      • Understanding the changes to existing requirements
      • Understanding what sites need to do to implement the new requirements
      • Recognise the changes to the protocol of the Standard
      • Know what to expect from the Food 8 audit
  • BRC Food Issue 7 to 8 Conversion for Sites

    When
    6 Nov, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 4600.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Tzaneen
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Site technical & quality managers and their teams
      • BRC Global Standards Professionals
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course will provide delegates with an in-depth understanding of the revisions to the Standard requirements for Issue 8. It is designed to equip delegates with the skills and knowledge to successfully implement the changes to the Standard on-site.

       

      Key Learning Objectives

      • Understanding the changes to existing requirements
      • Understanding what sites need to do to implement the new requirements
      • Recognise the changes to the protocol of the Standard
      • Know what to expect from the Food 8 audit
  • BRC Food Issue 7 to 8 Conversion for Sites

    When
    4 Dec, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 4600.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Site technical & quality managers and their teams
      • BRC Global Standards Professionals
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course will provide delegates with an in-depth understanding of the revisions to the Standard requirements for Issue 8. It is designed to equip delegates with the skills and knowledge to successfully implement the changes to the Standard on-site.

       

      Key Learning Objectives

      • Understanding the changes to existing requirements
      • Understanding what sites need to do to implement the new requirements
      • Recognise the changes to the protocol of the Standard
      • Know what to expect from the Food 8 audit
  • BRC Food Issue 7 to 8 Conversion for Sites

    When
    11 Dec, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 4600.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Gauteng
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Site technical & quality managers and their teams
      • BRC Global Standards Professionals
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course will provide delegates with an in-depth understanding of the revisions to the Standard requirements for Issue 8. It is designed to equip delegates with the skills and knowledge to successfully implement the changes to the Standard on-site.

       

      Key Learning Objectives

      • Understanding the changes to existing requirements
      • Understanding what sites need to do to implement the new requirements
      • Recognise the changes to the protocol of the Standard
      • Know what to expect from the Food 8 audit

BRC Global Standards - Root Cause Analysis

Course Objectives: At the end of the course, delegates will be able to define root cause analysis (RCA) , understand the difference between symptoms and RCA and understand the role and importance of RCA in compliance with the BRC Global Standards

  • Root Cause Analysis

    When
    12 Nov, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 4600.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Consultants
      • Auditors
      • Quality and safety managment staff at manufacturing, storage/distribution and retail sites
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course is to provide delegates with a thorough understanding of root cause analysis (RCA) to know the importance of RCA, and to be able to perform RCA competently. This is especially helpful when implementing some of the requirements in the BRC Global Standards

  • Root Cause Analysis

    When
    19 Nov, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 4600.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Gauteng
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Consultants
      • Auditors
      • Quality and safety managment staff at manufacturing, storage/distribution and retail sites
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course is to provide delegates with a thorough understanding of root cause analysis (RCA) to know the importance of RCA, and to be able to perform RCA competently. This is especially helpful when implementing some of the requirements in the BRC Global Standards

BRC Global Standards - Internal Auditor

Course Objectives: At the end of the course, delegates will be able to understand the roles and responsibilities of auditors, be able to plan and conduct an internal audit, know how to write concise, accurate and factual audit reports and be able to undertake audit follow-up activities

  • Internal Auditor

    When
    14—15 Nov, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 7050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Operational
      • Quality
      • Technical staff resposibile for managing an internal auditing schedule
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course is to enable to undertake internal audits and prepare companies for third party audits. It's delivered via a series of worskhop-led discussions, presentations and an interactive case study. During the live case study, you will be given feedback and support to enable you to carry out an audit at your own workplace.

  • Internal Auditor

    When
    21—22 Nov, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 7050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Gauteng
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Operational
      • Quality
      • Technical staff resposibile for managing an internal auditing schedu
    Contents

      Course Summary

      This course is to enable to undertake internal audits and prepare companies for third party audits. It's delivered via a series of worskhop-led discussions, presentations and an interactive case study. During the live case study, you will be given feedback and support to enable you to carry out an audit at your own workplace.

HACCP: Intermediate Level

Course objectives: A complete understanding of how to implement the 12 steps of a HACCP System, the responsibilities of the HACCP Team and Leader, Hazard Identification, How to conduct a Hazard Analysis, Control Measures identification including CCP monitoring, Verification and Validation.

  • Understanding the 12 Steps and 7 Principles

    When
    15—16 Jul, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 3660.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Gauteng
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Food handling, packing and processing industry
      HACCP Team Leader, Food Safety team members, Management Representatives, Supervisors

    Contents

      • Appointing a HACCP team.
      • Identification and risk determination of food safety hazards.
      • Development of a Food Safety Plan and identifying control measures.

  • Understanding the 12 Steps and 7 Principles

    When
    26—27 Aug, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 3660.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Food handling, packing and processing industry
      HACCP Team Leader, Food Safety team members, Management Representatives, Supervisors

    Contents

      • Appointing a HACCP team.
      • Identification and risk determination of food safety hazards.
      • Development of a Food Safety Plan and identifying control measures.

  • Understanding the 12 Steps and 7 Principles

    When
    9—10 Sep, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 3660.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Kakamas
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Food handling, packing and processing industry
      HACCP Team Leader, Food Safety team members, Management Representatives, Supervisors

    Contents

      • Appointing a HACCP team.
      • Identification and risk determination of food safety hazards.
      • Development of a Food Safety Plan and identifying control measures.

  • Understanding the 12 Steps and 7 Principles

    When
    4—5 Nov, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 3660.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Tzaneen
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Food handling, packing and processing industry
      HACCP Team Leader, Food Safety team members, Management Representatives, Supervisors

    Contents

      • Appointing a HACCP team.
      • Identification and risk determination of food safety hazards.
      • Development of a Food Safety Plan and identifying control measures.

  • Understanding the 12 Steps and 7 Principles

    When
    2—3 Dec, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 3660.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Food handling, packing and processing industry
      HACCP Team Leader, Food Safety team members, Management Representatives, Supervisors

    Contents

      • Appointing a HACCP team.
      • Identification and risk determination of food safety hazards.
      • Development of a Food Safety Plan and identifying control measures.

  • Understanding the 12 Steps and 7 Principles

    When
    9—10 Dec, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 3660.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Gauteng
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Food handling, packing and processing industry
      HACCP Team Leader, Food Safety team members, Management Representatives, Supervisors

    Contents

      • Appointing a HACCP team.
      • Identification and risk determination of food safety hazards.
      • Development of a Food Safety Plan and identifying control measures.

Principles of Internal Auditor

Course objectives: Distinguish between inspection, audit and verification activities, Discuss the role of internal auditing in maintaining and improving the food safety system, Apply techniques in planning and conducting audits and writing internal audit reports, Use objective evidence to assess conformance and impact of non-conformances on food safety, Manage the corrective and preventive action process for continual improvement

  • Auditing your Food Safety Management System

    When
    26 Jun, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 2220.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Harare, Zimbabwe
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Auditors
      • Facility Managers
      • Food Safety Managers
      • Food Industry Personnel looking to implement
      • and/or improve their facility’s internal audit program 
      • Global Food Safety Managers and Personnel
      • HACCP Managers and Personnel
      • Internal Food Safety Auditors
      • Maintenance Supervisors
      • Operations, Maintenance and Sanitation Managers
      • Production Managers and Supervisors
      • QA/QC Managers and Personnel
      • Quality Auditors
      • Quality Systems Coordinators
      • Supply Chain Managers
    Contents

      This one-day course is designed to provide attendees with a thorough understanding of the design, implementation and verification of a full internal audit program within the food facility. 

      Conducting internal audits with a food safety focus is required to determine whether your food safety management system is implemented effectively. The analysis of results is critical to ensure that the food safety plan continues to be effective. Challenges to achieving continual improvement in food safety programs can occur due to improperly conducted and documented internal audits. Gain the knowledge and skills to internally audit your food safety management system effectively to ensure food safety and compliance with regulatory and GFSI benchmarked food safety standard requirements. 

       

      What You’ll Do

      •         Determine the purpose and write the scope of an internal audit based on industry case studies

      •         Create an internal audit checklist for an assigned program

      •         Complete an internal audit non-conformance/corrective action report for an assigned industry scenario

      •         Write objective audit report statements

  • Auditing your Food Safety Management System

    When
    17 Jul, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 2220.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Gauteng
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Auditors
      • Facility Managers
      • Food Safety Managers
      • Food Industry Personnel looking to implement
      • and/or improve their facility’s internal audit program 
      • Global Food Safety Managers and Personnel
      • HACCP Managers and Personnel
      • Internal Food Safety Auditors
      • Maintenance Supervisors
      • Operations, Maintenance and Sanitation Managers
      • Production Managers and Supervisors
      • QA/QC Managers and Personnel
      • Quality Auditors
      • Quality Systems Coordinators
      • Supply Chain Managers
    Contents

      This one-day course is designed to provide attendees with a thorough understanding of the design, implementation and verification of a full internal audit program within the food facility. 

      Conducting internal audits with a food safety focus is required to determine whether your food safety management system is implemented effectively. The analysis of results is critical to ensure that the food safety plan continues to be effective. Challenges to achieving continual improvement in food safety programs can occur due to improperly conducted and documented internal audits. Gain the knowledge and skills to internally audit your food safety management system effectively to ensure food safety and compliance with regulatory and GFSI benchmarked food safety standard requirements. 

       

      What You’ll Do

      •         Determine the purpose and write the scope of an internal audit based on industry case studies

      •         Create an internal audit checklist for an assigned program

      •         Complete an internal audit non-conformance/corrective action report for an assigned industry scenario

      •         Write objective audit report statements

  • Auditing your Food Safety Management System

    When
    28 Aug, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 2220.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Auditors
      • Facility Managers
      • Food Safety Managers
      • Food Industry Personnel looking to implement
      • and/or improve their facility’s internal audit program 
      • Global Food Safety Managers and Personnel
      • HACCP Managers and Personnel
      • Internal Food Safety Auditors
      • Maintenance Supervisors
      • Operations, Maintenance and Sanitation Managers
      • Production Managers and Supervisors
      • QA/QC Managers and Personnel
      • Quality Auditors
      • Quality Systems Coordinators
      • Supply Chain Managers
    Contents

      This one-day course is designed to provide attendees with a thorough understanding of the design, implementation and verification of a full internal audit program within the food facility. 

      Conducting internal audits with a food safety focus is required to determine whether your food safety management system is implemented effectively. The analysis of results is critical to ensure that the food safety plan continues to be effective. Challenges to achieving continual improvement in food safety programs can occur due to improperly conducted and documented internal audits. Gain the knowledge and skills to internally audit your food safety management system effectively to ensure food safety and compliance with regulatory and GFSI benchmarked food safety standard requirements. 

       

      What You’ll Do

      •         Determine the purpose and write the scope of an internal audit based on industry case studies

      •         Create an internal audit checklist for an assigned program

      •         Complete an internal audit non-conformance/corrective action report for an assigned industry scenario

      •         Write objective audit report statements

  • Auditing your Food Safety Management System

    When
    11 Sep, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 2220.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Kakamas
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Auditors
      • Facility Managers
      • Food Safety Managers
      • Food Industry Personnel looking to implement
      • and/or improve their facility’s internal audit program 
      • Global Food Safety Managers and Personnel
      • HACCP Managers and Personnel
      • Internal Food Safety Auditors
      • Maintenance Supervisors
      • Operations, Maintenance and Sanitation Managers
      • Production Managers and Supervisors
      • QA/QC Managers and Personnel
      • Quality Auditors
      • Quality Systems Coordinators
      • Supply Chain Managers
    Contents

      This one-day course is designed to provide attendees with a thorough understanding of the design, implementation and verification of a full internal audit program within the food facility. 

      Conducting internal audits with a food safety focus is required to determine whether your food safety management system is implemented effectively. The analysis of results is critical to ensure that the food safety plan continues to be effective. Challenges to achieving continual improvement in food safety programs can occur due to improperly conducted and documented internal audits. Gain the knowledge and skills to internally audit your food safety management system effectively to ensure food safety and compliance with regulatory and GFSI benchmarked food safety standard requirements. 

       

      What You’ll Do

      •         Determine the purpose and write the scope of an internal audit based on industry case studies

      •         Create an internal audit checklist for an assigned program

      •         Complete an internal audit non-conformance/corrective action report for an assigned industry scenario

      •         Write objective audit report statements

  • Auditing your Food Safety Management System

    When
    6 Nov, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 2220.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Tzaneen
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Auditors
      • Facility Managers
      • Food Safety Managers
      • Food Industry Personnel looking to implement
      • and/or improve their facility’s internal audit program 
      • Global Food Safety Managers and Personnel
      • HACCP Managers and Personnel
      • Internal Food Safety Auditors
      • Maintenance Supervisors
      • Operations, Maintenance and Sanitation Managers
      • Production Managers and Supervisors
      • QA/QC Managers and Personnel
      • Quality Auditors
      • Quality Systems Coordinators
      • Supply Chain Managers
    Contents

      This one-day course is designed to provide attendees with a thorough understanding of the design, implementation and verification of a full internal audit program within the food facility. 

      Conducting internal audits with a food safety focus is required to determine whether your food safety management system is implemented effectively. The analysis of results is critical to ensure that the food safety plan continues to be effective. Challenges to achieving continual improvement in food safety programs can occur due to improperly conducted and documented internal audits. Gain the knowledge and skills to internally audit your food safety management system effectively to ensure food safety and compliance with regulatory and GFSI benchmarked food safety standard requirements. 

       

      What You’ll Do

      •         Determine the purpose and write the scope of an internal audit based on industry case studies

      •         Create an internal audit checklist for an assigned program

      •         Complete an internal audit non-conformance/corrective action report for an assigned industry scenario

      •         Write objective audit report statements

  • Auditing your Food Safety Management System

    When
    4 Dec, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 2220.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Auditors
      • Facility Managers
      • Food Safety Managers
      • Food Industry Personnel looking to implement
      • and/or improve their facility’s internal audit program 
      • Global Food Safety Managers and Personnel
      • HACCP Managers and Personnel
      • Internal Food Safety Auditors
      • Maintenance Supervisors
      • Operations, Maintenance and Sanitation Managers
      • Production Managers and Supervisors
      • QA/QC Managers and Personnel
      • Quality Auditors
      • Quality Systems Coordinators
      • Supply Chain Managers
    Contents

      This one-day course is designed to provide attendees with a thorough understanding of the design, implementation and verification of a full internal audit program within the food facility. 

      Conducting internal audits with a food safety focus is required to determine whether your food safety management system is implemented effectively. The analysis of results is critical to ensure that the food safety plan continues to be effective. Challenges to achieving continual improvement in food safety programs can occur due to improperly conducted and documented internal audits. Gain the knowledge and skills to internally audit your food safety management system effectively to ensure food safety and compliance with regulatory and GFSI benchmarked food safety standard requirements. 

       

      What You’ll Do

      •         Determine the purpose and write the scope of an internal audit based on industry case studies

      •         Create an internal audit checklist for an assigned program

      •         Complete an internal audit non-conformance/corrective action report for an assigned industry scenario

      •         Write objective audit report statements

  • Auditing your Food Safety Management System

    When
    11 Dec, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 2220.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Gauteng
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Auditors
      • Facility Managers
      • Food Safety Managers
      • Food Industry Personnel looking to implement
      • and/or improve their facility’s internal audit program 
      • Global Food Safety Managers and Personnel
      • HACCP Managers and Personnel
      • Internal Food Safety Auditors
      • Maintenance Supervisors
      • Operations, Maintenance and Sanitation Managers
      • Production Managers and Supervisors
      • QA/QC Managers and Personnel
      • Quality Auditors
      • Quality Systems Coordinators
      • Supply Chain Managers
    Contents

      This one-day course is designed to provide attendees with a thorough understanding of the design, implementation and verification of a full internal audit program within the food facility. 

      Conducting internal audits with a food safety focus is required to determine whether your food safety management system is implemented effectively. The analysis of results is critical to ensure that the food safety plan continues to be effective. Challenges to achieving continual improvement in food safety programs can occur due to improperly conducted and documented internal audits. Gain the knowledge and skills to internally audit your food safety management system effectively to ensure food safety and compliance with regulatory and GFSI benchmarked food safety standard requirements. 

       

      What You’ll Do

      •         Determine the purpose and write the scope of an internal audit based on industry case studies

      •         Create an internal audit checklist for an assigned program

      •         Complete an internal audit non-conformance/corrective action report for an assigned industry scenario

      •         Write objective audit report statements

ISO 22000:2005

Course objecvites: Concept of a Food Safety Management System; Principles, format and requirements of ISO 22000;

  • ISO 22000 - Principles and format of the Standard for Food Safety

    When
    20—21 Aug, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 4330.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Kempton Park
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Food handling, packing and processing industry
      HACCP Team Leader, Food Safety team members, Management Representatives, Supervisors

       

      *Prerequisite for this course is a good understanding of the HACCP Principles

    Contents
      • The concept of a Food Safety Management System
      • Principles and format of ISO 22000
      • Control measures to develop and support the FSMS
      • Review and interpretation of the requirements of   ISO 22000:2005
      • The certification audit process
  • ISO 22000 - Principles and format of the Standard for Food Safety

    When
    15—16 Oct, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 4330.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Food handling, packing and processing industry
      HACCP Team Leader, Food Safety team members, Management Representatives, Supervisors

       

      *Prerequisite for this course is a good understanding of the HACCP Principles

    Contents
      • The concept of a Food Safety Management System
      • Principles and format of ISO 22000
      • Control measures to develop and support the FSMS
      • Review and interpretation of the requirements of   ISO 22000:2005
      • The certification audit process

FSSC 22000 - Implementing

Course objectives: Principles and format of the Standard; Review and interpretation of ISO 22000 and FSSC 22000 requirements; Application of ISO/TS 22002

  • FSSC 22000

    When
    20—22 Aug, 2019
    Duration
    3 days
    Price
    R 6660.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Kempton Park
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Food handling, packing and processing industry
      HACCP Team Leader, Food Safety team members, Management Representatives, Supervisors

       

      *Prerequisite for this course is a good understanding of the HACCP Principles

    Contents
      • The concept of a Food Safety Management System
      • Principles and format of ISO 22000
      • Control measures to develop and support the FSMS
      • Review and interpretation of the requirements of  ISO 22000:2005 & FSSC 22000 Standards
      • Application and interpretation of PRPs for food manufacturing sites as prescribed in ISO/TS 22002-1:2009
      • The certification audit process
  • FSSC 22000

    When
    15—17 Oct, 2019
    Duration
    3 days
    Price
    R 6660.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Food handling, packing and processing industry
      HACCP Team Leader, Food Safety team members, Management Representatives, Supervisors

       

      *Prerequisite for this course is a good understanding of the HACCP Principles

    Contents
      • The concept of a Food Safety Management System
      • Principles and format of ISO 22000
      • Control measures to develop and support the FSMS
      • Review and interpretation of the requirements of  ISO 22000:2005 & FSSC 22000 Standards
      • Application and interpretation of PRPs for food manufacturing sites as prescribed in ISO/TS 22002-1:2009
      • The certification audit process

FSSC 22000 - Understanding the Requirements

Course Objectives: Explain the requirements of the ISO 22000: 2005, Food Safety Management standard. Explain the requirements of ISO/TS 22002-1 Prerequisite Programs. Identify expectations of FSSC Additional Requirements. Prepare to implement and manage your food safety management system in compliance with FSSC 22000 version 4.1.

  • Understanding the Requirements of FSSC 22000 version 4.1

    When
    15—16 Jul, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 5000.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      FSSC 22000 is specifically targeted to the food manufacturing sector and is intended for the certification of manufacturers and processors of food ingredients and food products. The FSSC scheme is based on the internationally recognized standard ISO 22000 and ISO/Technical Specification (TS) 22002-1, Prerequisite Programs on Food Safety – Part 2: Requirements and Certification. Explore this complete certification scheme for food safety systems and prepare to implement and manage your food safety management system in compliance with FSSC 22000 version 4.1. 

       

      Prerequisite: An understanding of the application of HACCP principles is essential.

       

      Participants must bring their copy of the ISO 22000:2005 standard and ISO/TS 22002-1:2009 to this training program. These can be purchased through the International Organization for Standardization (ISO, www.iso.org) and the Canadian Standards Association (CSA, www.shop.csa.ca).

    Contents

      At the end of the program, you will be able to:

      • Explain the requirements of the ISO 22000: 2005, Food Safety Management standard
      • Explain the requirements of ISO/TS 22002-1 Prerequisite Programs
      • Identify expectations of FSSC Additional Requirements
      • Prepare to implement and manage your food safety management system in compliance with FSSC 22000 version 4.1
  • Understanding the Requirements of FSSC 22000 version 4.1

    When
    17—18 Oct, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 5000.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Kempton Park
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      FSSC 22000 is specifically targeted to the food manufacturing sector and is intended for the certification of manufacturers and processors of food ingredients and food products. The FSSC scheme is based on the internationally recognized standard ISO 22000 and ISO/Technical Specification (TS) 22002-1, Prerequisite Programs on Food Safety – Part 2: Requirements and Certification. Explore this complete certification scheme for food safety systems and prepare to implement and manage your food safety management system in compliance with FSSC 22000 version 4.1. 

       

      Prerequisite: An understanding of the application of HACCP principles is essential.

       

      Participants must bring their copy of the ISO 22000:2005 standard and ISO/TS 22002-1:2009 to this training program. These can be purchased through the International Organization for Standardization (ISO, www.iso.org) and the Canadian Standards Association (CSA, www.shop.csa.ca).

    Contents

      At the end of the program, you will be able to:

      • Explain the requirements of the ISO 22000: 2005, Food Safety Management standard
      • Explain the requirements of ISO/TS 22002-1 Prerequisite Programs
      • Identify expectations of FSSC Additional Requirements
      • Prepare to implement and manage your food safety management system in compliance with FSSC 22000 version 4.1
  • Understanding the Requirements of FSSC 22000 version 4.1

    When
    18—19 Nov, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 5000.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      FSSC 22000 is specifically targeted to the food manufacturing sector and is intended for the certification of manufacturers and processors of food ingredients and food products. The FSSC scheme is based on the internationally recognized standard ISO 22000 and ISO/Technical Specification (TS) 22002-1, Prerequisite Programs on Food Safety – Part 2: Requirements and Certification. Explore this complete certification scheme for food safety systems and prepare to implement and manage your food safety management system in compliance with FSSC 22000 version 4.1. 

       

      Prerequisite: An understanding of the application of HACCP principles is essential.

       

      Participants must bring their copy of the ISO 22000:2005 standard and ISO/TS 22002-1:2009 to this training program. These can be purchased through the International Organization for Standardization (ISO, www.iso.org) and the Canadian Standards Association (CSA, www.shop.csa.ca).

    Contents

      At the end of the program, you will be able to:

      • Explain the requirements of the ISO 22000: 2005, Food Safety Management standard
      • Explain the requirements of ISO/TS 22002-1 Prerequisite Programs
      • Identify expectations of FSSC Additional Requirements
      • Prepare to implement and manage your food safety management system in compliance with FSSC 22000 version 4.1

FSSC Food Defence/Fraud

Course Objectives: Protecting your brand, your facility from intentional harm drives the requirement for a robust food defense plan. Equip delegates with the tools to quantify, detect and help prevent fraud, while building an anti-fraud business culture.

  • FSSC Food Defence / Fraud

    When
    23 Aug, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 3050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Kempton Park
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Business directors
      • Managers
      • Operators
      • Buyers
      • Consultants
      • Food Technologist
    Contents

      Protecting your brand, your facility from intentional harm drives the requirement for a robust food defense plan. Equip delegates with the tools to quantify, detect and help prevent fraud, while building an anti-fraud business culture. 

  • FSSC Food Defence / Fraud

    When
    18 Oct, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 3050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Business directors
      • Managers
      • Operators
      • Buyers
      • Consultants
      • Food Technologist
    Contents

      Protecting your brand, your facility from intentional harm drives the requirement for a robust food defense plan. Equip delegates with the tools to quantify, detect and help prevent fraud, while building an anti-fraud business culture. 

Food Fraud

Course Objectives: Equip delegates with the tools to quantify, detect and help prevent fraud, while building an anti-fraud business culture.

  • Food Fraud

    When
    17 Sep, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 3050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Business directors
      • Managers
      • Operators
      • Buyers
      • Consultants
      • Food Technologist
    Contents

      Understand and be able to act on:

      • How to reduce the cost of fraud in your own business
      • The opportunities for fraud
      • The signs of fraud – red flags
      • How to  utilise  risk assessment models for both raw materials and  suppliers
      • How to build business resilience to fraud
      • Innovative techniques and tools to assist you.
  • Food Fraud

    When
    8 Oct, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 3050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Gauteng
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Business directors
      • Managers
      • Operators
      • Buyers
      • Consultants
      • Food Technologist
    Contents

      Understand and be able to act on:

      • How to reduce the cost of fraud in your own business
      • The opportunities for fraud
      • The signs of fraud – red flags
      • How to  utilise  risk assessment models for both raw materials and  suppliers
      • How to build business resilience to fraud
      • Innovative techniques and tools to assist you.

Food Defence

Course Objectives: Protecting your brand, your facility from intentional harm drives the requirement for a robust food defense plan. Learn how to conduct a vulnerability assessment and develop your food defense plan.

  • Food Defence

    When
    14 Aug, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 3050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Business directors
      • Managers
      • Operators
      • Buyers
      • Consultants
      • Food Technologist
    Contents

      Protecting your brand, your facility from intentional harm drives the requirement for a robust food defense plan. Learn how to conduct a vulnerability assessment and develop your food defense plan.

  • Food Defence

    When
    4 Sep, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 3050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Gauteng
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Business directors
      • Managers
      • Operators
      • Buyers
      • Consultants
      • Food Technologist
    Contents

      Protecting your brand, your facility from intentional harm drives the requirement for a robust food defense plan. Learn how to conduct a vulnerability assessment and develop your food defense plan.

GLOBALG.A.P. Fruit & Vegetables v5 - Roadshow

Course Objective: Overview and discussion of the standard, interpretation of the compliance criteria and module specific annexes and risk assessments

  • GLOBALG.A.P. Fruit & Vegetables v5 - Roadshow

    When
    13 Aug, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 1830.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Namibia
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Farmers and producers of fruit & vegetables
      Persons previously trained in the GLOBALG.A.P. standard.
      Anyone currently responsible for and managing a farm’s GLOBALGAP system, Farmers, Farm Managers, System Administrators.

    Contents

      Overview and discussion of the standard, interpretation of the compliance criteria and module specific annexes and risk assessments

  • GLOBALG.A.P. Fruit & Vegetables v5 - Roadshow

    When
    14 Aug, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 1830.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Namibia
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Farmers and producers of fruit & vegetables
      Persons previously trained in the GLOBALG.A.P. standard.
      Anyone currently responsible for and managing a farm’s GLOBALGAP system, Farmers, Farm Managers, System Administrators.

    Contents

      Overview and discussion of the standard, interpretation of the compliance criteria and module specific annexes and risk assessments

  • GLOBALG.A.P. Fruit & Vegetables v5 - Roadshow

    When
    15 Aug, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 1830.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Namibia
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Farmers and producers of fruit & vegetables
      Persons previously trained in the GLOBALG.A.P. standard.
      Anyone currently responsible for and managing a farm’s GLOBALGAP system, Farmers, Farm Managers, System Administrators.

    Contents

      Overview and discussion of the standard, interpretation of the compliance criteria and module specific annexes and risk assessments

  • GLOBALG.A.P. Fruit & Vegetables v5 - Roadshow

    When
    16 Aug, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 1830.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Namibia
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Farmers and producers of fruit & vegetables
      Persons previously trained in the GLOBALG.A.P. standard.
      Anyone currently responsible for and managing a farm’s GLOBALGAP system, Farmers, Farm Managers, System Administrators.

    Contents

      Overview and discussion of the standard, interpretation of the compliance criteria and module specific annexes and risk assessments

GLOBALG.A.P. Fruit & Vegetables version 5

Course objectives: General Regulations related to registration, audit timing and compliance rules; Interpretation of the Complaince Criteria and Annexes; Risk Assessments

  • Understanding the Requirements

    When
    17—18 Jul, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 3660.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    George
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Farmers and producers of fruit & vegetables
      People new to the standard. Anyone currently responsible for and managing a farm’s GLOBALGAP system, Farmers, Farm Managers, System Administrators

    Contents

      • Overview of the GLOBALG.A.P. Regulations.
      • How to interpret the Standard’s Compliance Criteria.
      • Using the GLOBALG.A.P. supporting documentation to help develop and implement Good Agricultural Practices.

  • Understanding the Requirements

    When
    20—21 Aug, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 3660.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Farmers and producers of fruit & vegetables
      People new to the standard. Anyone currently responsible for and managing a farm’s GLOBALGAP system, Farmers, Farm Managers, System Administrators

    Contents

      • Overview of the GLOBALG.A.P. Regulations.
      • How to interpret the Standard’s Compliance Criteria.
      • Using the GLOBALG.A.P. supporting documentation to help develop and implement Good Agricultural Practices.

  • Understanding the Requirements

    When
    3—4 Sep, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 3660.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Vioolsdrift
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Farmers and producers of fruit & vegetables
      People new to the standard. Anyone currently responsible for and managing a farm’s GLOBALGAP system, Farmers, Farm Managers, System Administrators

    Contents

      • Overview of the GLOBALG.A.P. Regulations.
      • How to interpret the Standard’s Compliance Criteria.
      • Using the GLOBALG.A.P. supporting documentation to help develop and implement Good Agricultural Practices.

  • Understanding the Requirements

    When
    16—17 Sep, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 3660.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Robertson
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Farmers and producers of fruit & vegetables
      People new to the standard. Anyone currently responsible for and managing a farm’s GLOBALGAP system, Farmers, Farm Managers, System Administrators

    Contents

      • Overview of the GLOBALG.A.P. Regulations.
      • How to interpret the Standard’s Compliance Criteria.
      • Using the GLOBALG.A.P. supporting documentation to help develop and implement Good Agricultural Practices.

  • Understanding the Requirements

    When
    17—18 Sep, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 3660.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Bethlehem
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Farmers and producers of fruit & vegetables
      People new to the standard. Anyone currently responsible for and managing a farm’s GLOBALGAP system, Farmers, Farm Managers, System Administrators

    Contents

      • Overview of the GLOBALG.A.P. Regulations.
      • How to interpret the Standard’s Compliance Criteria.
      • Using the GLOBALG.A.P. supporting documentation to help develop and implement Good Agricultural Practices.

  • Understanding the Requirements

    When
    23—24 Oct, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 3660.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Nelspruit
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Farmers and producers of fruit & vegetables
      People new to the standard. Anyone currently responsible for and managing a farm’s GLOBALGAP system, Farmers, Farm Managers, System Administrators

    Contents

      • Overview of the GLOBALG.A.P. Regulations.
      • How to interpret the Standard’s Compliance Criteria.
      • Using the GLOBALG.A.P. supporting documentation to help develop and implement Good Agricultural Practices.

  • Understanding the Requirements

    When
    5—6 Nov, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 3660.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Kranskop, KZN
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Farmers and producers of fruit & vegetables
      People new to the standard. Anyone currently responsible for and managing a farm’s GLOBALGAP system, Farmers, Farm Managers, System Administrators

    Contents

      • Overview of the GLOBALG.A.P. Regulations.
      • How to interpret the Standard’s Compliance Criteria.
      • Using the GLOBALG.A.P. supporting documentation to help develop and implement Good Agricultural Practices.

  • Understanding the Requirements

    When
    19—20 Nov, 2019
    Duration
    2 days
    Price
    R 3660.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Stellenbosch
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience

      Farmers and producers of fruit & vegetables
      People new to the standard. Anyone currently responsible for and managing a farm’s GLOBALGAP system, Farmers, Farm Managers, System Administrators

    Contents

      • Overview of the GLOBALG.A.P. Regulations.
      • How to interpret the Standard’s Compliance Criteria.
      • Using the GLOBALG.A.P. supporting documentation to help develop and implement Good Agricultural Practices.

SIZA & GRASP

Course Objective: Overview of the SIZA Standard V5.0, Overview of the Audit Process and Methodology of SIZA Standard, Overview of GRASP

  • SIZA & GRASP Intermediate Training

    When
    23 Jul, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 2050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Margate
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Business owners
      • Senior Managers
      • Compliance officers
    Contents
      • Background to Ethical Trade
      • Introduction to SIZA Program
      • SIZA Audit Processes and Methodology
      • SIZA Standard V5.0 
      • Overview of GRASP
  • SIZA & GRASP Intermediate Training

    When
    27 Aug, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 2050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Lanseria
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Business owners
      • Senior Managers
      • Compliance officers
    Contents
      • Background to Ethical Trade
      • Introduction to SIZA Program
      • SIZA Audit Processes and Methodology
      • SIZA Standard V5.0 
      • Overview of GRASP
  • SIZA & GRASP Intermediate Training

    When
    10 Sep, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 2050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Groblersdal
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Business owners
      • Senior Managers
      • Compliance officers
    Contents
      • Background to Ethical Trade
      • Introduction to SIZA Program
      • SIZA Audit Processes and Methodology
      • SIZA Standard V5.0 
      • Overview of GRASP
  • SIZA & GRASP Intermediate Training

    When
    11 Sep, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 2050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Tzaneen
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Business owners
      • Senior Managers
      • Compliance officers
    Contents
      • Background to Ethical Trade
      • Introduction to SIZA Program
      • SIZA Audit Processes and Methodology
      • SIZA Standard V5.0 
      • Overview of GRASP
  • SIZA & GRASP Intermediate Training

    When
    12 Sep, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 2050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Nelspruit
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Business owners
      • Senior Managers
      • Compliance officers
    Contents
      • Background to Ethical Trade
      • Introduction to SIZA Program
      • SIZA Audit Processes and Methodology
      • SIZA Standard V5.0 
      • Overview of GRASP
  • SIZA & GRASP Intermediate Training

    When
    22 Oct, 2019
    Duration
    1 day
    Price
    R 2050.00 Incl VAT.
    Where
    Ceres
    GPS
    Not provided
    Target Audience
      • Business owners
      • Senior Managers
      • Compliance officers
    Contents
      • Background to Ethical Trade
      • Introduction to SIZA Program
      • SIZA Audit Processes and Methodology
      • SIZA Standard V5.0 
      • Overview of GRASP

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