Update your food safety knowledge and upgrade your qualifications at the same time.This three-day training course (9.30am–4.30pm) is designed for supervisors or managers who will be involved in implementing and monitoring HACCP systems in the food industry. It may also be considered as staff development for employees working towards promotion. The course aims to provide an understanding of what is meant by the principles underlying the system of HACCP, and how these principles can be used by food business operations to control food hazards.
What is Involved?
• Introduction HACCP
• Principles of HACCP & their use in controlling food hazards
• Practical application to HACCP
• How training underpins HACCP systems
• HACCP and legislation
• Exam technique
There is a two-hour written examination comprising 10 questions which require short essay-type answers at the end of this training course
Course participants wishing to undertake this course should ideally be in possession of a current (post 1995) REHIS Intermediate food hygiene certificate or equivalent.
Certification/Award on Completion
Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland Certificate
What you will need to bring
Pen and Paper
Please contact us to register your interest
(9.00am to 4.30pm 16th & 17th; morning only on the 18th)
SRUC Riverside Campus, Ayr, KA8 0SX.
Courses can also be delivered in-house using your own business premises.
£325.00 per person. Our course fees include training, assessment and registration fees. Please note there is no VAT on our training.
Individual Training Accounts will open on Monday 13 January 2020.
This phase of the scheme will accept up to 10,000 new applications.
SDS Individual Training Accounts (ITA)
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How do I book?
To book a place on one of our courses, please complete and return the course booking form to the appropriate campus address or email address shown below. Course fees must be paid in full at the time of booking. Payments can be made over the phone using a debit/credit card, by cheque made payable to SRUC or by Bank Transfer (for bank transfer details please contact your chosen campus).
Cancellations must be made at least 10 working days prior to the course start date otherwise the full course fee is still payable. In the event that SRUC has to cancel a course for any reason your course fees will be refunded in full or your booking transferred to the next available date if this is suitable.
Fiona Lanni (SRUC Ayr)