9am to 5pm
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What You Learn
How to conduct a detailed hazard analysis on your business in line with Codex Alimentarius Commission guidelines, and construct HACCP program to manage food safety and product quality.
The principles of HACCP and how they are applied in a food environment.
How HACCP forms part of a broader food safety and quality program, incorporating legal requirements and international food industry standards.
What You Get
Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment for the following units of competency:
FDFFS2001A Implement the Food Safety Program and Procedures
FDFFS3001A Monitor the Implementation of Quality and Food Safety Programs
FDFTEC3001A Participate in a HACCP Team
The knowledge and skills required to develop a Codex Alimentarius compliant HACCP program for a food business.
Materials to Bring
This course is delivered by John Chadderton from Chadderton Food Safety Pty Ltd. Please download the PDF document for John's profile.
HACCP is recognised globally as one of the best methodologies for identifying and controlling food safety hazards in a food business. The HACCP guidelines are published by the Codex Alimentarius Commisision (www.codexalimentarius.net), and recognised by many of the world’s leading food industry standards.
In this course you will learn how to apply the 12 steps of HACCP (including the 7 principles), along with development of the required pre-requisite programs, into a cohesive food safety plan for your food business. Relevant Food law, as well as several internationally recognised food safety standards will be discussed in class, and the specific HACCP and food safety plan requirements will be explored and explained.
The course uses a mix of classroom presentation, group discussion, and practical application, to help you understand food safety hazards, and feel confident in applying the HACCP Principles to your food business.
The course is suitable for those with no previous HACCP training, and also for those with experience who wish to update or refresh their skills and knowledge.
Please note: A good understanding of written and spoken English is required to undertake this course.