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   Food Safety Training Programmes


 
 
Food chains are understood as the collective links of production (including raw material production), processing and distribution of food. These include global trade and import, storage, transport, and sale or supply to the final consumer. Food chains are becoming more and more complex networks in a dynamic and global environment.
Food is a basic need and its safety of great importance to consumers. It is the responsibility of actors in the chain to ensure this safety and to be aware of the vulnerability of complex systems. Securing of food safety along the whole food chain is for consumers as important as ever before, despite unquestionable improvement of the situation in this area. A chronology of outbreaks, and contamination incidents, has occurred across the globe in the last few years which, at times, have undermined the public’s confidence in the safety of food, in industries’ commitment to produce safe food and in the regulatory agencies’ ability to police the global food chain.
People expect the food they eat to be safe and suitable for consumption. Food borne illness and food borne injury are at best unpleasant; at worst, they are fatal. But there are also other consequences, such as decreasing consumers’ confidence, producers’ and manufacturers’ profits, trade, tourism and employment. Added to that, though not a safety subject, food spoilage is wasteful and costly.
Staff are a food business’s greatest asset but untrained staff can be a company’s greatest liability therefore awareness and education initiatives are key to creating a greater understanding of the rationale behind good food safety practices which will assist in achieving greater compliance. Staff should receive supervision, or training, commensurate with their responsibilities. The challenge of preparing quality safe food begins with well trained and knowledgeable workforce.
Hence, INDOCERT is offering various awareness training programmes specifically designed for educational institutes, food sectors and food chain related industries.


Methodology:

  • Training is highly participative to allow all students to apply new knowledge and enhance their learning.
  • The training methods will involve and engage students throughout the course.
  • Each student must participate in practical, interactive activities.
  • Each student will be provided with course materials.
  • The training will be delivered through power point presentations supported with group discussions and exercises.


Why INDOCERT? 

  • Our training programmes are more than a “gold-rush” of knowledge and techniques
  • Compared to traditional taught courses, it utilizes the state of the art Accelerated Learning Approach
  • Managed by highly qualified professionals who bring a wealth of hands on practical auditing and implementation experience, together with a background in food safety training and education
 

TRAINING CALENDAR 2017

 

 

SL. NO.

DATE (S) OF TRAINING PROGRAM

COURSE

LOCATION

1

JANUARY 2nd- 4th

HABC Level 3 HACCP training in Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

2

JANUARY 31th –Feb 4th

HABC Level 4 HACCP training in Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

3

FEBRUARY 8th - 10th

HABC Level 3 HACCP training in Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

4

MARCH 15th -17th

HABC Level 3 HACCP training in Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

5

MARCH 20th -24th

HABC Level 4 HACCP training in Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

6

APRIL 19th-21st

HABC Level 3 HACCP training in Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

7

MAY 15th-19th

HABC Level 4 Award in HACCP for Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

8

MAY 29th-31st

HABC Level 3 HACCP training in Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

9

JUNE 14th -16th

RSPH Level 3 Award in HACCP for Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

10

JULY 10th-14th

HABC Level 4 HACCP training in Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

12

AUGUST 7th-11th

HABC Level 4 HACCP training in Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

13

AUGUST 23rd-25th

HABC Level 3 HACCP training in Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

14

SEPTEMBER 13th -15th

HABC Level 3 HACCP training in Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

15

OCTOBER 25th -27th

RSPH Level 3 HACCP training in Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

16

NOVEMBER 13th – 17th

HABC Level 4 HACCP training in Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

17

NOVEMBER 28th – 30th

HABC Level 3 HACCP training in Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

18

DECEMBER 13th -15th

HABC Level 3 HACCP training in Food Manufacturing

Aluva, Ernakulum, Kerala

Contact details: Mimy Mathew

Training Coordinator

INDOCERT

Near Chowara Ferry

Thottumugham P.O

Aluva, Ernakulam Dist

Ph : 04842922403,2922400

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