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BRCGS Food Safety Issue 9 - For Auditors (6 Half-Day Sessions)

BRCGS Food Safety Issue 9 Auditor course

Description

 

Attention: This course is delivered over 6 half-days (3pm to 6:30pm London time, consecutive half-days excluding weekend). If you're interested in the same course but delivered over 3 full days, please click here. Thank you.

This official BRCGS course enables participants to develop a full understanding of the general principles of the requirements of the Standard and gain competency to assess compliance to the requirements of the Standard, including fundamental clauses, statements of intent, how to undertake a BRCGS audit, planning of the audit and reporting of the audit.

Active learning will be used throughout the course utilising case study-based activities to encourage critical thinking and help explain how auditors will audit against the Standard.  Participants must have a working knowledge of quality management systems and auditing within the relevant manufacturing sector, and have completed a hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP) course of at least two days' duration.

In preparation for the course, participants must read and review a copy of the Standard including the glossary, which is available as a free download from the BRCGS Store, in addition to the pre-course materials provided.

At the end of the course, participants will be assessed with an exam. For candidates who are already qualified as a Lead Auditor on another scheme (eg IRCA, SQF, IFS, etc) successful completion of this course, including the exam, is recognised as part of the training necessary to become a BRCGS auditor. The steps necessary to complete your training must be arranged with a BRCGS-approved certification body.

This course is part of the BRCGS Professional recognition programme.

At the end of the course participants will be able to: 

  • Assess compliance to the requirements of the Standard and explain how compliance can be demonstrated to maintain food safety, quality, legality, and authenticity

  • Describe the scope of companies and products covered by the Standard

  • Describe steps to conduct a BRCGS audit including the preparation, planning, and reporting of the audit

  • Utilise and explain resource tools available for compliance and beneficial support from BRCGS

 

Note: This course is proposed as either 3x full days, or 6x half-days. Please carefully review the date & time options before confirming your booking.

 

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