This two day (six hour) webinar provides a full description and details for the design and implementation of a full internal audit program within the food facility. Content includes identifying and training internal auditors, fundamental audit techniques such as focus area auditing, analyzing and reporting findings and corrective, preventive action planning.
Intended Learning Outcome:
Learners will take away from this course the following: The ability to identify internal auditors among their staff members; 2) Design and manage an internal audit program; 3) Analyze and report on the results; 4) Conduct a root cause analysis of non-conformances and identify corrective and preventive actions.
Continuing education units are not awarded for this course. Upon verification of successful completion of learning assessment, including a passing score on the exam, participant will be awarded an NSF Certificate of Achievement in Principles of Internal Auditing.
NSF courses are presented by knowledgeable subject matter experts who possess the scientific and academic background along with the hands-on industry experience necessary to communicate the relevant course information and the latest issues related to global food safety. Each instructor has 20+ years experience in various sectors of the food industry which include but are not limited to quality assurance, manufacturing, distribution, environmental health, and food safety inspection and auditing. All instructors are seasoned trainers with proven education and training skills in HACCP, HACCP-based Food Safety Management Systems including SQF and BRC.
Fee/2-Part Series: $400.00
Additional discount of 10% given for 5 or more registrations from the same company.
For questions please call 800-NSF-MARK, X5600 - NSF Training and Education