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DNV GL Certified Food Safety Trainer

The move from an industry to service and information economy has made the provision of services just as important as providing products to the market.  The speed and type of innovations have also changed. Today’s innovations are not only carried out in laboratories by technicians but equally by continuously adopting business models to better meet customers’ needs. We often think innovation takes part in the offering, but it can happen through business people working in other parts of the process, such as building customers image. Bright ideas are no longer technology- or product driven.  Business performance is increasingly dependent on the people it employs. Coping with change, adding business value for a customer and new working styles demand good soft skills from technical staff. Skills such as communication, as well as behavioural and team management capability are just as important as technical skills, and the real art is in the combination of different skills. And being a Trainer is one of the world’s rewarding and most exciting professions. That’s become more fulfilling when the Trainers are equipped with the knowledge, skills, and tools to assess performance shortfalls, design effective training, develop training materials, and deliver and evaluate training by themselves.

Who should attend ?

Experienced professional in Food Safety domain 

Course highlights

  • Introduction to Food Safety Management System
  • Introduction to Food Safety Risk Management
  • Establishing & determining HACCP Plan and Critical Control Points
  • Managing Food Safety Legislation
  • Handling of Potentially Unsafe Products
  • Validation, Verification and Improvement in Food Safety
  • How Adult Learn – Introduction to Accelerated Learning
  • Introduction to Phases of Total Learning Experience
  • Introduction to Phases of Total Learning Experience
  • Learning Evaluation

Duration: 5 day

Hours: 40

Registration & additional information

To register online Click Here

Please contact your nearest DNVGL Office for further information.