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Online FS&Q Course Information

Course Summary (This course covers the following Process Control Management content)

Development
  • + Key Definitions For Process Control Management
  • + About Process Control Management
  • + Food Business Receival Requirements
  • + Process Control Management: Storage
  • + Types of Food Preparation and Practices
  • + Thawing Foods
  • + Food Preparation Storage Requirements
  • + Control of Utility Services
  • + Process Control Management: Cooking
  • + Process Control Management: Cooling
  • + Process Control Management: Hot and Cold Temperature Holding
  • + Equipment Cooling Ability
  • + Reheating Temperature and Time Monitoring
  • + Process Control Management: Assembly and Service
  • + Process Control Management Development
  • + Process Control Management: Receival
  • + Supplier Non-Compliance Report
  • + Process Control Management: Preparation
  • + Washing and Sanitising Foods
  • + Food Preparation Time Control
  • + Cutting Boards and Containers
  • + Water
  • + End of Cooking Temperature Checks
  • + Considerations for Assembly and Service
  • + Doggy Bags
  • + Process Control Management: Reheating
  • + Process Control Management: Cook Chill Method
  • + Development
Monitoring
  • + Assembly and Service
  • + Cooling
  • + Temperature Monitoring and Recording Protocols
  • + Receival
  • + Preparation
  • + Monitor
  • + Hot and Cold Temperature Holding
  • + Reheating
  • + Primary Production
  • + Storage
  • + Cooking
Implementation
  • + Need Help with Process Control Management?
  • + Implementation
Documentation
  • + Documentation
Corrective Action and Preventative Action
  • + Temperature Control Related Corrective Actions
  • + Corrective Action and Preventative Action
Verification
  • + Verify
Validation
  • + Validate
Skills and Knowledge
  • + Skills and Knowledge

Recommended Prior Knowledge or Experience

+ No prior knowledge or experience of Process Control Management is required for Training Participants.
+ This Training Activity is recommended for Senior Management, Middle Management and Operational Personnel.

Learning Outcomes

+ Training participants will gain a basic understanding of the application and management of Process Control Management within food safety and quality systems.
+ Basic knowledge competency for Process Control Management can be verified through successful completion of the available assessment activity for this course.
+ Basic skill competency for Process Control Management can be verified through the completion of the competency checklist available through your haccp.com Training Matrix.

Online Training Environment

Recommended Device Standards
+ CPU - Duel Core or higher
+ Monitor - 11 Inch or larger
+ RAM - 512 MB
+ Operating System - Windows XP or Higher / MacOS
+ Resolution - 1366*768
+ Internet Speed - 2 Mbps
Recommended Browsers
+ Chrome - Chrome 64 or Higher
+ Firefox - Firefox 58 or Higher
+ Internet Explorer - IE11
+ Microsoft Edge - Any Version
Recommended Software
+ Microsoft - Microsoft Office / Open Office
+ PDF Viewer - Adobe Reader / Updated Chrome Browser
+ Flash Player - Adobe Flash Player
+ Zip File - Any Compression tool like WinZip / WinRar

Learning Material Formats

+ The Learning Materials for this haccp.com Training Activity can be selected from any of the formats provided, including:

Website Content (Text Based)
MP4 (Audio Visual)
MP4 and Text (Audio Visual and Text)
PDF (Text Based)
MP3 (Audio)
Slideshow (Visual)

Cost

+ Unlimited access from $9.90 USD Per Training Participant per Year!

Required Time

+ Learning Materials: 60 Minutes
+ Online Assessment Activity: 90 Minutes (Whilst no formal time limit is prescribed for completion of haccp.com Assessment Activities, we recommend Assessments are completed within a 90-minute timeframe)

Certificate of Completion

+ A Certificate of Completion will be available upon successful completion of the Assessment Activity (Pass mark is 75%).

Post Training Competency Verification

+ A Competency Checklist will be downloadable upon successful completion of the Assessment Activity.