SAI Global Assurance Learning

Online threat assessment critical control point (TACCP)

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SAI Global Assurance Learning
Online
  • SAI Global Assurance Learning

£125
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Description

This course that Emagister offers has been planned to provide an understanding, skills and knowledge to incorporate a TACCP system into an organization as the basis of a food fraud prevention plan.

This course is perfect for professionals in the food industry: risk and compliance managers, food safety managers, business owners and members of selected teams that want to implement a TACCP system.

The objective of the course is that at the end, the participants will be able to: summarize the difference between HACCP / TACCP and VACCP, identify different types of threats and vulnerabilities, classify the different types of aggressors, develop a TACCP system, recognize other systems that are can use to manage threats and vulnerabilities.

With online learning you enjoy many benefits such as: practical work aids, it is convenient and profitable, you can do it anytime and anywhere, you better organize your time in a learning environment without risks.

Do not wait any longer to register for this complete training. Request more information right now in Emagister.

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To take into account

· Who is it intended for?

This course is ideal for food industry professionals: Food Safety Managers, Risk and Compliance Managers, Business Owners and selected team members who wish to implement a TACCP system.

· Qualification

Delegates successfully completing the course will be awarded a Completion Certificate issued by SAI Global.

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Beifus
4.5 11/03/2011
What I would highlight: Craftech was one first insulations for IQMS back in the DOS days. We have grown with this company and been through thousands of changes with this system. Great system
What could be improved: nothing to improve
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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2018

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What you'll learn on the course

Motivation
HACCP
TACCP
VACCP
Delivery
Vulnerabilities
Aggressors
Recognise
participants
Threat Assessment Critical Control Point
Different types of aggressors
TACCP system
Differences
Types
Threats
Food fraud
Prevention plan
Plan
Prevention
System

Course programme

Content:
  • Outline the difference between HACCP/TACCP and VACCP
  • Recognise different types of threats and vulnerabilities
  • Classify the different types of aggressors
  • Develop a TACCP system
  • Recognise other systems that can be used to manage threats and vulnerabilities
What are the benefits of online learning?Practical Job Aids – Tools and templates are available as printable documents which learners can use a job aidsConvenient & Cost Effective – Your organisation does not need to pay for travel or accommodation and you do not need time out of the officeAnytime, Anywhere, Anyplace – Learning is convenient and can be delivered on demand, when and where it is needed, both on and off siteTime Reduction – Learning can be delivered as ‘just in time’ training, reducing the period between the learning and application of the knowledge or skillsNo Risk Environment – An online learning environment allows employees to safely master skills before applying them in actual situationsMotivationClearly defined learning objectives at multiple levels, including the course, module and lesson levelsInteractive lessons and media elements, will get learners involved more quickly and keep them motivated to continueInteractivities have been designed to engage the learner in the content and for the purpose of application of knowledgeSelf-Paced – Learners are able to complete the course at their own speed. The course is designed to help facilitate learning through the content on the assumption that there is no face to face facilitatorSelf-Directed – Self-directed learning allows for time to reflect and develop a deeper understanding of the materialFlexible AccessAllows learners to access and review the lessons they need at times convenient to themContent can be revisited as often as desired within the 12 month license periodPractical ApplicationThe learning strategy recognises that adults learn best when training is practical and focusedThe case study approach helps to convey complex theoretical concepts in a practical and immersive way.