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2nd place half priceWelcome to the Cert ID Training & Events Calendar. All events are listed in chronological order below. Click on an event to find out more and reserve your place. Use the calendar tool on the left to select any given day and the filtering tools to distil events down to those relevant to you.

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29 April 2014
Runcorn

A hands on, practical learning course to help you understand and implement HACCP.
This course aims to give a good understanding of HACCP and what is required in practical terms, by applying the theory of HACCP to practical situations through the use of a case study. The course will be workshop based and aims to explore some of the issues encountered when developing HACCP systems and turning HACCP theory into practice.



30 April 2014
Runcorn

Internal audits provide a means for improvement whilst ensuring quality. All quality systems need frequent checking (Internal Audit) to make sure they are working as intended. This course ensures that the company’s Internal Auditors carry out thorough and productive audits that have a positive benefit for the company.



13 May 2014
Glasgow

Internal audits provide a means for improvement whilst ensuring quality. All quality systems need frequent checking (Internal Audit) to make sure they are working as intended. This course ensures that the company’s Internal Auditors carry out thorough and productive audits that have a positive benefit for the company.



03 June 2014
Bristol

Labelling of food can be a minefield, knowing what needs to be on a label is one thing, but knowing why and being able to communicate that within a commercially driven market can ensure your products convey the right image to your consumers. Making matters more complicated New food labelling requirements are now in effect, which alter the way in which food information has to be provided making the subject of food labelling even more complicated.



05 June 2014
Bristol

The Provision of Food Information to Consumer Regulations has now been published; bringing with them major changes that effect more than just labels. New requirements for marketing materials and websites will now be caught requiring a more global business approach to ensure compliance; policies, procedures, training and work instructions will need to be updated, all of which need planning and internal stakeholder involvement.


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