This course is designed for anyone who is involved with the prevention of food fraud activities at their workplace.
What is covered?
- What is food fraud?
- The history of food fraud, including the rise of supplier standard requirements
- Outline of different supplier requirements
- Regulatory requirements
- Types of food fraud
- Examples of food fraud
- What is VACCP and TACCP?
- How to carry out a vulnerability assessment:
- How to gather information about the supply chain
- How to complete a risk assessment
- The mitigation and control measures that may be introduced, including anti-counterfeit technologies
Who should attend?
- Senior and mid-level management
- Quality assurance and internal auditors
- Managers or staff that operate and monitor HACCP- based programmes
- Technical managers
- Engineering managers/staff
- Production/processing management
- Procurement, supply chain and distribution management
- Understand the requirements and benefits of vulnerability assessment.
- Know how to identify currents risks to your business’s products and supply chain and possible control measures.
- Train with a NZQA recognised Private Training Establishment (PTE).
A non-unit based assessment is included in the course.
We offer different training options for this course.
Public Schedule Classroom: See our selection of set course dates on our public schedule. Individuals can attend courses that are delivered in the classroom, face to face with our trainer. We supply catering for your training on the day. You will see the date and location (City + venue) beside each option to choose your preferred course to attend. We encourage you to train with your team and can offer group pricing for groups of 3 or more trainees.
Online Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT): Individuals can train from their home or workplace. You will see a course date and this option for some of our courses. These courses are managed in the same way our classroom courses are, however, all classes are virtual. After you register, you will receive a link to sign in to our online class prior to the course date. We suggest you are prepared for this training by checking below:
- Please ensure you have a stable internet connection for the session.
- Ensure you have access to a microphone and webcam
- Where possible, choose a quiet space where you are unlikely to be interrupted for the duration of your training.
- For VILT, it is recommended each of your trainees have their own device or laptop to engage well with the trainer.
View pricing information here for in-house rates.
There is no prerequisite but trainees should have a solid understanding of their business’s products and processes and a wider knowledge of international supply chains.