Why choose us?
Our course is packed full of interaction and site specific exercises to challenge thinking and develop competency. We have developed and published our own methodology for the assessment of threats and vulnerabilities, which is recognised by leading retailers in our Food Defence: Creating TACCP & VACCP assessments course
- What is food defence?
- Why do we need food defence?
- Your own raw materials controls
- Your own on-site controls
- Involving others and developing a food defence mind-set
Non-technical team such as production, goods-in, NPD, procurement, security, human resources, IT and engineering
No formal 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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It’s now over 2½ years since Kassy and I wrote our book “Assessing Error Vulnerability for Food Integrity’ and almost 2 years since we began delivering integrity training courses for M&S, along side our own raw material vulnerability (VACCP & TACCP) courses for a wider audience (and yes it does… Read more