ISO-22000 Lead Auditor Course, Training and Certification: Overview
ISO’s food standards benefit producers, manufacturers, regulators, retailers and consumers. ISO 22000 describes the requirements for a food safety management system. ISO 22000 Lead Auditor Training helps you define the requirements for food safety management system (FSMS). No matter where you stand in the food supply chain from farmland to fork – you can ensure quality and safety of the food for the end consumers.
For candidates interested in pursuing a career in the food processing, restaurant, food delivery or other similar segment, ISO-22000 Lead Auditor (FSMS) is a must have certification course. For businesses in the food production or transportation and for regulators responsible for maintaining the ISO standards can learn the skills to stay competitive and relevant.
With the growing competition in the market, consumers getting more informed about food safety, and routine regulatory checks in place, organizations in the food industry are also hiring and retaining such skills on a serious note.
SpireTec has experienced faculty to provide ISO 22000 Lead Auditor training via online or offline mode.
Revenue in the Online Food Delivery segment is projected to reach US$136,431m in 2020, according to Statista, and to capitalize on the market, startups and established both businesses need to put their best foot forward.
Learn why organizations invest in ISO 22000 Course
- Improve customer value
- Improve customer satisfaction
- Improve customer loyalty
- Improve repeat business
- Improve reputation in the industry
- Increase customer base
- Increase revenue and market share
ISO-22000 Course: Breakup of the Exam Topics
- Plan, implement, operate, maintain and update a FSMS
- Perform an internal audit of part of a food safety management system
- Demonstrate compliance with applicable statutory and regulatory food safety requirements;
- Report on the effective implementation and maintenance of the management system in accordance with ISO 19011
Who Should Take ISO 9001 Training?
Food Safety Lead Auditor
Lead auditors are responsible for creating FSMS conforming to the regulator’s norms. Evaluate and assess mutually agreed customer food safety requirements and to demonstrate conformity with them. Our training based on ISO 22000 course helps you develop the required skills.
Food Safety Coordinator
Food safety coordinators are usually responsible for making the food purchase decisions for their clients (cafeteria) from multiple vendors adhering to the health safety standards. They maintain a safe and presentable office environment for all staff and visitors. Help organize company & team events like birthdays or corporate events.
Other similar profiles include Food Safety Supervisor, Food Safety Technician,
Food Safety Manager, Food Quality Tester, Food Safety Inspector, Food Safety Specialist, Food Scientist, Food Technologist, and Food Safety Director.
- Knowledge of food audit principles.
- Understanding of the concepts of food safety management including HACCP, hazard analysis, hazard and risk assessment and management
- Basic understanding of the relationship between food safety management and customer satisfaction and customer food safety requirements
- Understand commonly used food safety management terms and definitions, as used in ISO 22000
Module 1: Introduction to Food Safety Management Systems (FSMS) and ISO 22000
- Course objectives and structure
- Standard and regulatory framework
- Certification process
- Fundamental principles of food safety
- Food Safety Management System (FSMS)
Module 2: Audit principles, preparation and launching of an audit
- Fundamental audit concepts and principles
- Audit approach based on evidence and risk
- Initiating the audit
- Stage 1 audit
- Preparing the stage 2 audit (on-site audit)
- Stage 2 audit (Part 1)
Module 3: On-site audit activities
- Stage 2 audit (Part 2)
- Communication during the audit
- Audit procedures
- Creating audit test plans
- Drafting audit findings and non-conformity reports
Module 4: Closing the audit
- Documentation of the audit and its review
- Closing the audit
- Evaluating action plans by the auditor
- Beyond the initial audit
- Managing an internal audit programme
- Competence and evaluation of auditors
- Closing the training
Fees & Schedule
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|Onsite Classroom Training||5 Days||Ask for Quote|
|Customized Training||5 Days||Ask for Quote|