This training course is FSSC 22000 recognized and Exemplar Global certified.
One of the keys to a good food safety management system is to have very competent third-party auditors assessing the organization’s management system. Value added audits are beneficial to the organization without compromising the impartiality and the integrity of the audit. In most cases, a good third-party auditor could provide food organizations the foundation for continuous improvement instead of simply looking for formal compliance to the clauses of the standard.
Third party auditors are not always well prepared to do audits. The ways and methods usually applied do not get the best results because the auditors tend to do the same activities in every audit not knowing that the mindset of the auditor should adapt to the circumstances.
The purpose of this training is to explain the skills and techniques to do a third-party audit adding value to the organization not limiting the audit to the compliance part, but including important aspects like capability, effectiveness and continuous improvement.
The course will prepare you to plan, conduct, report and follow up an audit of a food safety management system to establish conformity with ISO 22000, ISO/TS 22002-1, FSSC22000 additional requirements, and in accordance with ISO 19011 and ISO/IEC 17021.
Self-paced online (eLearning):
This course requires the participant to self-study a series of modules and pass an exam before taking the instructor-led part of it. This last part can be delivered remotely on a virtual classroom with a duration of 5 half days or onsite, in your premises, with a duration of 2.5 days.
To get an Exemplar Global recognized certificate, you need to:
Knowledge of the following Food Safety management principles and concepts:
FSSC 22000 V6 is here! We have designed the course to give you the knowledge to implement, maintain and improve your food safety management system and understand your role in your organization as a food safety team member, internal auditor, or any key employee who participates in the maintenance of your system.More Information
Learn how to start in the amazing practice of auditing food safety management systems (FSMS). Get understanding of the principles and responsibilities of an internal auditor. Put your hands on the job and play the role of an auditor while auditing a FSMS. Benefit from practicing by the hand of one of our highly experienced tutors.More Information