Overview - HACCP for Supervisors and Managers (including City and Guilds Accredited Certificate)
The aim of this training is to develop an understanding of HACCP-based food safety management, and how it is best implemented and maintained in a food business or organisation.
This course is Accredited by City & Guilds.
- Virtual College are a City and Guilds Accredited centre
- City and Guilds have accredited our HACCP for Supervisors and Managers course
- Our price includes a City and Guilds Accredited Certificate
- City and Guilds approved quality assurance of our online delivery processes and learner support systems
- Quality City & Guilds Accredited Certificate carrying authorisation seal
The learning objectives for this module are as follows:
- Outline the need for, and importance of, HACCP-based food safety management systems
- Describe the HACCP approach to food safety procedures
- Review the legislation relating to HACCP
- Describe the importance of prerequisite programmes and what they should contain
- Explain and evaluate the five preliminary steps in the logical application of HACCP
- Identify hazards and risks in a food preparation or production process
- Determine critical control points (CCPs) for significant hazards and establish critical limits
- Describe the procedures required for monitoring CCPs and the corrective action procedures when CCPs fail
- Evaluate HACCP based procedures through documentation and record keeping procedures
- Outline the review and verification requirements for HACCP-based systems
This course is accredited by City and Guilds and the certificate, awarded upon successful completion, includes an authorisation seal.
Approximately 2 - 3 hours. The length of time taken depends entirely on how quickly you can study and absorb the material. You can proceed as quickly or slowly as you like.
This module is aimed at those responsible for assisting in the development and maintenance of a HACCP system/team. It is also suitable for business owners/managers. This covers the catering, retail and manufacturing industries.
There are no specific entry requirements for this course
How it Works
This is an online course which is studied via the Virtual College Learning Management System, Enable. All of the training is taken online. The course is self-paced so you decide how fast or slow the training goes. You can also revisit the training material, even after you have completed the course.
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Step 3: Take the course
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When you get to the end, you will be presented with an assessment to check your understanding. Don't worry; in most cases you can take this assessment three times at no extra cost, and we have policies and procedures in place for adding further attempts.
Step 4: Your certificate
You will be able to print your own certificate at the end of the course.
Some courses also include the option of a high-quality posted certificate, for example our Level 2 Food Safety and Hygiene courses.
Bulk discounts are available on purchases of 10 or more courses.
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