Introducing Advanced HACCP

Advanced HACCP

Our brand-new course has arrived, and we are excited to share it with you!

This new course is Advanced HACCP and is an extension of our HACCP Principles and Applications course. It’s perfect for those who have already completed HACCP P&A, want to extend their HACCP knowledge, want to satisfy HACCP requirements, and most importantly don’t want to sit through listening to the same HACCP P&A/ Refresher course every 3 years! Advanced HACCP training is for like-minded individuals that want to go beyond the minimum requirements and extend their knowledge of HACCP.

Our Advanced HACCP course includes Units of Competency:

FBPFSY3003: Monitor the implementation of food safety and quality programs
FBPFSY5001: Develop a HACCP based food safety plan


Advanced Haccp Training
Find out more about Advanced HACCP and see upcoming dates here

Benefits of Advanced HACCP Training

  • Extend HACCP knowledge beyond what is required
  • Improve compliance at your business to increase efficiency and profitability 
  • A deeper understanding of HACCP amongst your team decreases the risk of costly non compliances and allows the business to focus on what it does best. 
  • If you are looking for a new job in food safety as a quality manager or other roles in manufacturing/ warehouse management, HACCP is more often becoming a perquisite and an advanced knowledge of HACCP could put you above the competition.  

The course will run for 2 days:

On Day 1 of the class, students will look at common food pathogens, considering what should be included in a Hazard analysis. Consider other Hazards and common CCPs, QCPs, their likely critical limits and other common controls as well as how to validate critical limits.

Day 2 will include looking at standard operating procedures, how they should be written and how to ensure they are implemented and consistently followed. Walk through customer complaint investigation, root cause analysis and more!

The discussions in this class will go beyond the ‘what is required?’ conversations that are common in HACCP P&A courses. Discussion will go into much greater depth of the food science that underpins HACCP, with trainers and fellow participants sharing relevant experience that the whole class will find useful.

It is recommended that participants have completed HACCP P&A or have strong knowledge of HACCP before they enrol in this course. This is to ensure that class discussion around HACCP can be at a high level, and everyone can contribute.

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Food Safety Culture Training

Food Safety Culture is a key requirement of any food business. It is also a key component of all the GFSI standards, including BRC, SQF, FSSC22000 and Freshcare.

In our Food Safety Culture training, we will walk through the practical meaning of a good food safety culture and how to comply with GFSI standards, Woolworth’s Supplier Excellence and importantly CFMSR. The following elements will be covered in our Food Safety culture training:

  • What is food safety culture
  • 5 GFSI dimensions of food safety culture
  • How to write a food safety culture improvement plan
  • How to measure food safety culture
  • Practical implementation to improve food safety culture at all corporate levels including factory and senior management level.

You will receive a series of templates to assist you in writing up a food safety culture plan. Our templates are tried and tested, for both simplicity and effectiveness.


Food fraud and food defence are major threats to Australia’s food chain. For manufacturers who import ingredients, failure to identify food fraud or potential attacks on your business can have a large impact on your reputation.

SQF, BRC and each of the major supermarkets have significant requirements to ensure the risks of food fraud and food defence have been identified and controlled. We have been working with clients since Version 2 of Coles CFMSR was released to build effective plans that pass CFMSR audits. 

This Food Defence and Food Fraud training (TACCP/VACCP) explains the threats and vulnerabilities to our food chain. We explain how to conduct food defence and food fraud risk assessments and how to write up a food fraud vulnerability assessment & mitigation plan and a food defence plan using our templates.

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