FDQ Managing Vegan Requirements Course

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FDQ Managing Vegan Requirements Course

Course Fee

£415 +VAT (per person)

Discounts available 2 places for £800 + VAT

All course fees are payable in advance.

Course Details

Course Description

Vegan diets are proving more popular than ever and there are an increasing number of vegan products in both niche retailers and supermarkets alike. This new one-day course, certificated by FDQ, has been designed to help manufacturers understand what constitutes a vegan product, how to comply with vegan requirements and how to implement production controls to maintain product integrity.

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Duration

1 day

Who Should Attend?

This course is suitable for Technical Managers or those working in Quality Assurance. It will also be beneficial for anyone working in a supervisory role in key areas in manufacturing such as production, planning, warehousing etc. as well as NPD and development chefs.

Entry Requirements

No formal entry requirements, but delegates should have a good basic understanding of food safety.

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
  • Definitions of and difference between Vegan and Vegetarian
  • Process of being approved by the Vegan Society
  • How to make a Vegan claim
  • Why we need to control Vegan and Vegetarian products
  • How to control Vegan/ Vegetarian products and raw materials
  • Requirements for avoiding cross-contamination
  • Risk assessments and control measures

Learning Outcomes

You will understand the definitions of Vegan and Vegetarian and how to make a vegan claim. You'll also learn how and why we need to control Vegan and Vegetarian products and raw materials and how to avoid cross-contamination

Qualification / Assessment

Multiple choice test at the end of day with successful candidates awarded with the FDQ Managing Vegan Requirements 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 is the FDQ Managing Vegan Requirements Course?

This new one-day course, certificated by FDQ, is designed to help manufacturers understand what constitutes a vegan product, how to comply with vegan requirements, and how to implement production controls to maintain product integrity. It covers the definitions of Vegan and Vegetarian, the process of being approved by the Vegan Society, control measures, risk assessments, and avoiding cross-contamination.

Who should attend this course?

The course is suitable for Technical Managers or those working in Quality Assurance, as well as anyone working in a supervisory role in key areas in manufacturing such as production, planning, warehousing, NPD, and development chefs. A good basic understanding of food safety is recommended for delegates.

How is the course delivered?

The course is delivered face-to-face at the training center in Skipton, North Yorkshire, UK, or remotely online. The remote option is delivered live and requires a computer and Internet connection. Full details and login information are provided before the start of the course.

What are the learning outcomes?

You will understand the definitions of Vegan and Vegetarian and how to make a vegan claim. You'll also learn how and why we need to control Vegan and Vegetarian products and raw materials and how to avoid cross-contamination. The course emphasizes the importance of managing vegan requirements effectively within the food industry.

Is there a qualification or assessment?

Yes, there is a multiple-choice test at the end of the day, with successful candidates awarded the FDQ Managing Vegan Requirements Certificate. The assessment ensures that participants have a comprehensive understanding of managing vegan requirements in the food industry.

What are the course fees?

The course fee is £415 +VAT per person or £800 +VAT for 2 people. All course fees are payable in advance and include a course binder, notes, lunch and refreshments for classroom courses, exam fee, and FDQ certificate.

What are the entry requirements?

No formal entry requirements are specified, but delegates should have a good basic understanding of food safety. The course is designed to cater to a wide range of professionals working in the food industry who are involved in managing vegan requirements.

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