BRCGS Vulnerability Assessment for Food Fraud Training Course
350 / ZAR 4 450

Course Duration
1 Day
This course is aimed at
Purchasing/Technical and Quality personnel at manufacturing, storage and distribution and retail sites; Auditors and Consultants and BRCGS Professionals.
Assessment
Course assessment – Vulnerability Assessment for Food Fraud; Pass mark 75%.
Course summary
This course is designed to provide manufacturers with an in-depth and practical understanding of Vulnerability Assessment for Food Fraud tools and techniques, and how they can be applied in a practical manner relevant to the participants industry sector. It will enable participants to use techniques to better identify and mitigate risks associated to raw materials in the supply chain. This is particularly useful when implementing product safety management systems and the requirements of the BRCGS Standards onsite.
Post-Course Requirement
To pass the course each learner will need to undertake a Vulnerability Assessment at their place of work.
Key learning objectives
At the end of the course, participants will be able to: • Understand vulnerability assessment requirements for BRCGS Standards • Understand what is meant by the term ‘food fraud’ • Identify the difference between vulnerability assessment, threat analysis critical control point and food defence • Assess the raw materials most vulnerable to food fraud.
BRCGS Validation and Verification Training Course
350 / ZAR 4 450

Course Duration
1 Day
This course is aimed at
Consultants/Auditors/Quality and safety management staff at manufacturing, storage and distribution and retail sites and BRCGS Professionals.
Assessment
Course assignment – Validation & verification; Pass mark 75%.
Course summary
This course will provide participants with a thorough understanding of validation and verification so they know the level of detail required for each process and are able to use validation and verification in practice. This is especially helpful when implementing some of the requirements in the BRCGS Standards.
Key learning objectives
At the end of the course, participants will be able to: • Define and understand the terms validation and verification • Understand the level of detail required for each process • Use validation and verification in practice • Appreciate how validation and verification relate to conformance to the Standard.
BRCGS Root Cause Analysis Training Course
350 / ZAR 4 450

Course Duration
1 Day
This course is aimed at
Consultants/Auditors/Quality and safety management staff at manufacturing, storage/distribution and retail sites and BRCGS Professionals.
Assessment
Course Assignment – Root Cause Analysis; Pass mark 75%.
Course summary
This course is to provide participants with a thorough understanding of root cause analysis (RCA) to know the importance of RCA, and to be able to perform RCA competently. This is especially helpful when implementing some of the requirements in the BRCGS Standards.
Key learning objectives
At the end of the course, participants will be able to: • Define root cause analysis (RCA) • Understand difference between symptoms and RCA • Understand the role and importance of RCA in compliance with the BRCGS Standards • Explore some common methods for undertaking RCA • Be able to perform a RCA and document it effectively.
BRCGS Risk Assessment Training Course
350 / ZAR 4 450

Course Duration
1 Day
Who should attend
Consultants/Auditors/Technical, Quality staff and BRCGS Professionals.
Assessment
25 question exam; Pass mark 60%
Course summary
This course is to provide participants with a thorough understanding of risk assessment and enable them to use different risk assessment models. This is particularly useful when implementing product safety management systems onsite, and when implementing the requirements of the BRCGS Standards.
Key learning objectives
At the end of the course, participants will be able to: • Understand risk assessment terminology • Choose and use different risk assessment models for processes onsite • Understand what BRCGS expects from a thorough risk assessment.

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We will send you a pro forma invoice. Please ensure that all course payments are made at least 7 days before the training.
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Following the payment, you will receive an acceptance email from BRCGS Educate, confirming your course registration.
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