January has been an extremely busy month for us at Verner Wheelock. We kicked off the year’s training courses the first week back with BRCv7 Update and TACCP workshops. Then it was straight into Level 4 HACCP the next week, followed by Level 3 HACCP and then Lead Auditor – with delegates enjoying the hospitality at The Tempest Arms. We’ve also kept out trainers busy with plenty of in-house courses!
Well done, Karen!
Many of you will now have spoken to or met our new Business Development Executive, Karen Naylor. We put her through her paces a couple of weeks ago by sending her on our Level 3 Award in HACCP course. We’re pleased to report that she did incredibly well in the examination and gained a Distinction! In fact everyone on the course scored highly and there were several Distinctions. So congratulations all round.
Verner Wheelock Excellence Awards 2015
January was of course also the month when we selected the winners of our first ever Verner Wheelock Excellence Awards. These were presented to
- Emily Claydon from Taylors of Harrogate (HACCP)
- Joanna Core of New Ivory (Food Safety)
- Helen Keast of Bakkavor Desserts (Auditing)
- William Ptolomey of Sykes House Farm (Individual Excellence)
- Symington’s Ltd (Company Excellence Award).
You can read more about this in our previous blog post. Each received a glass award and vouchers towards future training courses.
Forthcoming courses in Skipton
1st-2nd February: FDQ Auditing Skills
3rd February: FDQ Supplier Auditing
4th February: Food Safety Update course
8th – 10th February: RSPH Level 3 Award in Food Safety FULL
11th February: BRC 7 Update course
12th February: TACCP Workshop
23rd – 24th February: Level 3 Award in HACCP for Food Manufacturing
25th February: HACCP Refresher
7th – 11th March: RSPH Level 4 Award in Food Safety FULL
14th – 17th March: Level 4 Award in HACCP for Food Manufacturing FULL
21st – 22nd March: FDQ Auditing Skills
23rd March: Managing Food Allergens