FDQ Enabling a Positive Food Safety Culture Course

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FDQ Enabling a Positive Food Safety Culture

Course Fee

£415 +VAT (per person)

Discounts available 2 places for £800 + VAT

Dates & Availability

All course fees are payable in advance.

Course Details

Course Description

This one-day course incorporates the food safety culture requirements of the BRCGS Global Standard for Food Safety and leads to the FDQ Certificate in Enabling a Positive Food Safety Culture.

Designed for anyone with a leadership, managerial or supervisory role within the food industry, the training will communicate the benefits of a positive food safety culture and assist you with its implementation. It will show you how to lead by example and develop a mindset for continuous improvement throughout your company.

Duration

1 day

Who Should Attend?

Anyone with a leadership, managerial or supervisory role within the food industry

Entry Requirements

No formal qualifications are required, but you will benefit most from this course if you are in a position of responsibility within the food industry.

Course Delivery / Format

Classroom

Delivered face to face at our training centre in Skipton, North Yorkshire UK.

Remote

Delivered Live and online so you'll require a computer and Internet connection

Full details and logging in information given before the start of the course

Course Structure & Content

Course Content
  • What is a food safety culture?
  • Safety culture failures
  • Regulatory requirements
  • BRCGS, GFSI & FSSC requirements
  • Developing culture
  • Assessing food safety culture
  • Strategy planning
  • Management and employee commitment
  • Training
  • Monitoring and maintenance 

Learning Outcomes

A comprehensive understanding of the terms 'food safety' and 'food safety culture.' Delegates will understand the GFSI requirements for a positive food safety culture and how to develop and promote it. They will also understand how to assess and monitor food safety culture within a business.

Qualification / Assessment

There is a short multiple-choice test at the end of day. Successful candidates will achieve the FDQ Enabling a Positive Food Safety Culture Certificate.

Course Fee

£415 +VAT (per person)

Discounts available 2 places for £800 + VAT

Course fee includes:
  • Course binder and notes
  • Lunch and refreshments*
  • Exam fee and FDQ certificate

* Classroom courses only

Course FAQ

What does the FDQ Enabling a Positive Food Safety Culture Course entail?

This one-day course focuses on the food safety culture requirements of the BRCGS Global Standard for Food Safety. It leads to the FDQ Certificate in Enabling a Positive Food Safety Culture and is designed to communicate the benefits of a positive food safety culture and assist with its implementation within the food industry.

Who is the target audience for this course?

Anyone with a leadership, managerial, or supervisory role within the food industry can benefit from this course. It is particularly suitable for those in positions of responsibility who are looking to develop a mindset for continuous improvement throughout their company.

How does this course contribute to developing a positive food safety culture?

The course covers key aspects such as safety culture failures, regulatory requirements, developing and assessing food safety culture, strategy planning, management and employee commitment, training, and monitoring and maintenance. It provides comprehensive insights into how to lead by example and foster a positive food safety culture within an organization.

What are the learning outcomes of this course?

Delegates will gain a comprehensive understanding of 'food safety' and 'food safety culture.' They will learn about the GFSI requirements for a positive food safety culture, how to develop and promote it, and how to assess and monitor food safety culture within a business.

How is the course delivered, and what are the entry requirements?

The course is delivered face-to-face at the training center in Skipton, North Yorkshire, UK, or remotely online. No formal qualifications are required, but participants will benefit most if they are in a position of responsibility within the food industry.

Is there an assessment, and what qualification will be achieved?

There is a short multiple-choice test at the end of the day. Successful candidates will achieve the FDQ Enabling a Positive Food Safety Culture Certificate, demonstrating their understanding of fostering a positive food safety culture within their organization.

What are the course fees, and what is included?

The course fee is £415 +VAT per person or £800 +VAT for 2 people. It includes a course binder, notes, lunch and refreshments for classroom courses, exam fee, and FDQ certificate.

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