HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) training is mandatory for those working in the food industry to ensure food safety and prevent contamination. It is designed to educate and train individuals on how to identify and manage food safety hazards and implement preventive measures. HACCP training covers various topics, including principles of HACCP, good manufacturing practices, food microbiology, risk assessments, and monitoring procedures. This training is crucial to comply with food safety regulations and implement adequate measures to ensure food safety from farm to fork.
You will learn how to create and implement a HACCP plan specific to their industry, and will gain a thorough understanding of food safety regulations. The program is suitable for professionals in the food industry, including managers, supervisors, quality control personnel, and anyone involved in the handling or preparation of food products.
Candidates will learn how to identify and evaluate potential hazards in their workplace and how to create and implement procedures to control those hazards.
This course is designed for individuals who are responsible for managing HACCP systems or those who aspire to become HACCP managers. Upon completion of the course, participants will receive a Level 3 HACCP certificate. It is ideal for individuals wishing to progress from the “Level 2 Award in HACCP“.
Who is the course for?
The Level 3 HACCP course is designed for food safety professionals, quality control managers, supervisors. It is also suitable for those who are responsible for designing, implementing, and managing HACCP systems in food environments. The course builds upon the knowledge and skills gained through Level 2 HACCP training.
- Principles of HACCP management
- The benefits of HACCP
- Food hazards and controls
- Developing a management plan
- The 7 principles of HACCP
- Implementing the desired management plan
- Analysing and amending HACCP procedures
How is the HACCP course assessed?
This qualification is assessed by a 60 minute multiple-choice examination, where the learners must answer 18 out of 30 questions correctly to pass and 24 questions to achieve a distinction.
Useful study websites
Food Standards Agency www.food.gov.uk
The National Skills Academy Food & Drink nsafd.co.uk
In-House / On-site courses
If you have several employees that you wish to train why not consider an onsite course. Arko Training are able to provide training at your premises, at a time and date to suit your requirements. We currently deliver courses for many national companies throughout the UK . To learn more why not simply complete the Request a Quote form. Prices are for a maximum of 12 delegates per instructor.