Ensure foods safety across the food supply chain with ISO 22000
ABOUT THE FOOD SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS COURSES
Ensuring food safety across the entire food chain is a major concern globally, wherein some products cross various borders before reaching the consumers. It is essential for the food industry to ensure hygienic practices and traceability at every step of the supply chain to keep food safe for consumption.
Ensure that food is safe for public consumption with ISO 22000:2018 Food Safety Management Systems (FSMS). ISO 22000 is an international standard the provides framework to ensure hygienic practices and traceability at every step of the supply chain in the food industry. The latest edition of ISO 22000:2018 Food Safety Management Systems (FSMS) incorporates the latest trends and food safety requirements as well as dynamic control of food safety hazards.
Our courses on the new ISO 22000:2018 aims to help organisations learn about the key requirements and changes for a seamless transition.
WHAT ARE THE AVAILABLE LEARNING PATHS?
Depending on your objective, you can customise and choose your own learning path.
A total of 4 learning paths are available for you to explore, whether you aspire to become an internal auditor or a lead auditor for ISO 22000:2018 FSMS.
ISO 22000 Roadmap - Main
Learning Path #1: Internal Auditor
ISO 22000:2018 Food Safety Management Systems Awareness
Available in both e-learning & instructor-led formats
ISO 22000:2018 Food Safety Management Systems Audit Process
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Learning Path #2 - 4: Lead Auditor
ISO 22000:2018 Food Safety Management Systems Auditor/Lead Auditor (CQI IRCA 2012) or
ISO 22000:2018 Food Safety Management Systems Auditor Conversion (CQI IRCA) or
ISO 22000:2018 Food Safety Management Systems Auditor Transition (CQI IRCA 17926 + 1994)
Prerequisite: Students are required to have prior knowledge.
Participants will learn through lectures, case studies, group exercises and discussions.
Note: For courses with assessment, participants will have to pass an open or closed book examination.