Why choose us?
Our BRCGS Expectations course is packed full of interaction and exercises to challenge thinking and develop competency. We are fully up to date with the BRCGS Issue 9 changes as we are running a Conversion course along side this course.
- What standard your site needs to meet and who sets them?
- Where is your site now against these standards?
- Responsibilities in meeting these standards
- What good looks like
- Communicating the expectation
- Measuring against the standards
- Reacting to non-conformances
Half to one day
Team leaders and Front line Managers involving production and engineering
No assessment, certificate of attendance
Adele Adams Associates Ltd
- Live Online Training using a remote trainer – ideal for working at home or on-site
- Face-to-face classroom-based training at your site
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Learn about our other courses to support changes to BRC
Bespoke BRCGS Awareness / Expectations
Bespoke Food Defence Awareness
Food Defence: Assessing Getting Started VACCP / TACCP
Food Defence: Improving your assessment VACCP / TACCP
I can’t believe it’s December already, I hope you’re feeling festive and not too stressed out if your site has a big Christmas peak in production! Here are a few thoughts from 2019 We are almost a year into BRCGS issue 8 (still struggling to get used to the new… Read more
We are delighted that one of our delegates, Cath Marsland from CSM Bradford, has been awarded the joint highest mark in 2018 in the HABC Level 4 HACCP for Management examination. Cath attended our open course in Leeds in April 2018. At the Highfield Conference on the 13th June 2019… Read more
Food safety culture: How are you getting on with meeting BRCGS requirements? We are all well aware of the multiple issues, many involving the meat industry, that resulted in food safety and quality culture being forced up the agenda. It’s a positive step forward that food safety and quality culture… Read more
Well that went fast, another year gone! Here’s a round-up of my thoughts on the events of 2018. Brexit – stockpiling risks At the time of writing, the Brexit carnage/turmoil/chaos (choose your preferred descriptor!) continues, with the Parliamentary vote on Theresa May’s deal being postponed. Emergency plans for a no-deal… Read more