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ISO 22000:2005 Internal Auditor

IQMS
In Sunderland ()

£695
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Typology Short course
Duration 2 Days
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  • Duration:
    2 Days
Description

This highly interactive two-day training programme is designed for those people who require a sound understanding of the techniques and principles of food safety auditing. It also covers the role of the food safety auditor in the development and improvement of an effective food safety management system.
This course is essential for those who will undertake internal food safety audits, or who will be required to plan, manage and implement internal audit programmes.

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· What are the objectives of this course?

To understand the audit process and be able to plan, perform and report the results of internal food safety audits with the aim of developing and improving the food safety management system of an organisation. To help delegates to understanding best practice for ensuring successful internal audits. On completion, successful students will have the knowledge and skills to: • Explain the Food Safety management system model for ISO 22000, and the role of internal audit in the maintenance and improvement of Food Safety management systems • Explain the role and responsibilities of an auditor to plan, conduct, report and follow up an internal Food Safety management system audit, in accordance with ISO 19011 and the Plan, Do, Check, Act cycle • Plan, conduct, report and follow up an internal audit of part of a Food Safety management system in accordance with ISO 19011

· Who is it intended for?

This course is ideal for food industry personnel intending to become involved in the internal audit process for the maintenance and improvement of their food safety programmes including those: • Involved in auditing the site HACCP program or external suppliers • Intending to become involved in the internal audit process for the maintenance and improvement of their site’s food safety management system. Typical roles include Quality Assurance Managers, Supervisors and internal audit team members. The audit principles and techniques developed in this course can be applied to any food safety management standard.

· Requirements

Prior to attending this course IRCA recommends all students have the following prior knowledge: • Understand the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle • A basic knowledge of the concepts of food safety management including prerequisite programmes • Understand commonly used food safety terms and definitions • An understanding of the requirements of ISO 22000, or acceptable equivalent which may be gained by completing an IRCA-certified FSMS Foundation training course or equivalent.

· Qualification

Delegates successfully completing the course, including examination, will be awarded an IRCA registered certificate A17847.

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What you'll learn on the course

Food safety
Food safety
An understanding of Food Safety management principals & concepts
Audit
Management
IT Management
Safety Management
ISO
IT Auditing
Auditing
IT Development
Sound
As well as ISO 22000 series standards
An understanding of Food Safety management principals & concepts

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Course programme

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This highly interactive two-day training programme is designed for those people who require a sound understanding of the techniques and principles of food safety auditing. It also covers the role of the food safety auditor in the development and improvement of an effective food safety management system.
This course is essential for those who will undertake internal food safety audits, or who will be required to plan, manage and implement internal audit programmes.

COURSE CONTENT

Introduction to food safety management systems
· Introduction to auditing
· Audit preparation including audit scheduling, audit planning and audit checklists
· Performing the audit including opening meetings, non-verbal communications, question techniques, resolving conflict and gathering objective evidence.
· Presentation of audit findings including the evaluation of audit findings, non- conformity classification, corrective action requests, developing an audit report, closing meeting and root cause analysis.
· Follow up activities
· Key to successful internal audits

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

Upon successful completion of the course delegates will be equipped with the technical skills and knowledge required to plan, conduct and report internal food safety audits. Delegates will also find the interactive nature of the course, it’s challenging content and extensive use of team-based exercises stimulating and surprisingly enjoyable.The knowledge and skills developed in the course can be applied to internal audits of any food safety management standard.
Delegates can apply for certification as an IRCA Internal Auditor if they have also completed an FSMS Foundation Course or can prove equivalent knowledge when applying.

STYLE OF DELIVERY AND COURSE LEADERS
Our course leaders have unrivalled food safety management systems design and improvement experience, including ISO 22000:2005, HACCP and food safety management system implementation. They are qualified and experienced auditors with extensive practical management experience across a wide range of food sector businesses. We have extensive experience working across cultural boundaries, through our work in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and the Americas.

Certification: Delegates successfully completing the course will be awarded an SAI Global certificate of attendance.

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BOOKING AND COURSE FEES
The fee includes lunch and refreshments during the day.  Please log on to our website www.iqms.co.uk and complete an on-line booking form advising payment details/purchase order number.

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