Training Services BRC-IFS Implementation and Auditing
BRC-IFS implementation and auditing course from SGS – understand the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and International Featured Standards (IFS) food safety requirements.
The food industry has developed a number of food security requirements. The need to design, implement and maintain food safety systems requires the personnel responsible for these systems to receive training and knowledge of the requirements and regulations.
This training course provides an understanding of the BRC and IFS standards, including the advantages and importance of properly implementing and developing a system of quality management in the food sector.
Why choose the BRC-IFS implementation and auditing training course from SGS?
This course will help you:
- Analyze current IFS BRC v.6 and v.7 and requirements
- Identify the requirements needed to achieve food safety
- Understand how the HACCP system works in a quality management system through the latest versions of IFS and / or BRC standards
- Recognize the benefits of integrated food safety systems
- Understand the internal audit process and the requirements for certifying a company according to IFS BRC v.6 and v.7 standards
Understand how to implement and audit BRC-IFS with expert training from a leading course provider
As a world-leader in professional training, we offer you unrivaled expertise in the requirements of all management system standards and in-depth knowledge of BRC and IFS food safety standards.
Who should attend?
This course has been developed for production managers, quality control officers, quality managers, professional technicians and managers from companies in the food supply chain. It is also suitable for professionals, technicians, managers and people who need to understand, manage or implement the BRC and IFS standards for food safety management.
The course duration is 20 hours and full attendance is required to pass the training.
To book your place on our BRC-IFS implementation and auditing course, contact us today.