Level 2 HACCP

From: £35.00 plus VAT

This course builds on the basic principles of HACCP and the role that the committed food handler plays in the food safety management systems of the operation.

The content includes the twelve steps for implementing HACCP as well as the Codex Principles which enable an effective HACCP system to be developed and implemented.

Cost: £35 (Members), £38 (Non-Members), all plus VAT, per delegate
Duration: 3-5 hours

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Training Course Content

Lesson 1 – Definitions and history
• Course aims
• Definitions
• History of HACCP

Lesson 2 – Introduction
• Benefits of implementing HACCP
• Hazard types

Lesson 3 – HACCP scope
• The HACCP food safety team
• Prerequisites programme
• Describing the product
• Identifying intended use

Lesson 4 – Flow diagram
• Construct a process flow diagram
• Verify flow diagram

Lesson 5 – Hazards and critical control points
• Hazard analysis
• Determining critical control points
• Establishing critical control limits

Lesson 6 – Monitoring and corrective action
• Establish monitoring system
• Corrective action plan
• Verification procedures

Lesson 7 – Records and review
• HACCP documentation and record keeping
• HACCP review

Lesson 8 – Legislation
• Legislation
• Due diligence

Learning Objectives

On completion of the course, delegates should be able to:

  • Understand the origins of HACCP and its importance within the food industry
  • Know who should write a HACCP plan and what is included
  • Know the importance of maintaining HACCP documentation
  • Identify what is included in food hygiene laws
  • Know what Critical Control Points (CCPs) are and how to implement them
  • Know the 14 main food allergens and how to handle them safely
  • Understand the importance of preventing contamination and cross-contamination in HACCP systems
  • Identify food safety hazards and be able to control them effectively
  • Understand the role that cleaning and disinfection plays in a HACCP system

On completion of the course lessons and training material you will be required to sit a final assessment. The assessment will contain 30 multiple-choice questions and a mark of 75% or above will be required to pass. Upon successful completion you will be presented with an online digital certificate.