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Food Safety Internal Auditor

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Prepare, plan, conduct and report audits during exercises and role-play

Auditing is a skill! Therefore, this course focuses almost entirely on exercises and role-plays. You and your team will prepare, plan, conduct and report audits at a food Manufacture fictitious company. This fictitious company has a documented management system, procedures, work instructions, archives, records and computer systems available.

Who Should Attend:
This practicum is intended for internal auditors and other internal stakeholders involved in developing, implementing or improving Food Safety management systems such as ISO 22000, FSSC 22000, BRC, SQF, IFS.

Course Highlights:

  • Audits and audit questionnaires
  • Exercise quality audit questionnaire preparation
  • Exercise audit plan with a proper allocation of tasks
  • Role-play auditing (part 1,2,3)
  • Pitfalls that may disrupt the interaction between auditors and auditees
  • Critical success factors for good audit reporting
  • Conducting a successful final meeting with auditors, auditees and management
  • Maximum practice; minimal lecture!

Auditing is a skill! Therefore, this course focuses almost entirely on exercises and role-plays. You and your team will prepare, plan, conduct and report audits at a food Manufacture fictitious company. This fictitious company has a documented management system, procedures, work instructions, archives, records and computer systems available.

Who Should Attend:
This practicum is intended for internal auditors and other internal stakeholders involved in developing, implementing or improving Food Safety management systems such as ISO 22000, FSSC 22000, BRC, SQF, IFS.

Course Highlights:

  • Audits and audit questionnaires
  • Exercise quality audit questionnaire preparation
  • Exercise audit plan with a proper allocation of tasks
  • Role-play auditing (part 1,2,3)
  • Pitfalls that may disrupt the interaction between auditors and auditees
  • Critical success factors for good audit reporting
  • Conducting a successful final meeting with auditors, auditees and management
  • Maximum practice; minimal lecture!