New courses for 2023 at Verner Wheelock
Food industry trainers Verner Wheelock are introducing two new courses for 2023.
Managing Vegan Requirements has been developed to help managers understand what constitutes a vegan product, how to comply with vegan requirements and how to implement production controls to maintain product integrity. It follows the success of two well-established courses Managing Food Allergens in Manufacturing and Legal Labelling and is already filling up quickly.
Managing director, Alison Wheelock, said as the market for vegan products has grown considerably in recent years, his course will help manufacturers to “ensure that the food they produce is 100 per cent vegan.”
New course Enabling a Positive Food Safety Culture incorporates the food safety culture requirements of the BRCGS Global Standard for Food Safety and is designed for anyone with a leadership, managerial or supervisory role within the food industry. It communicates the benefits of a positive food safety culture and assists delegates with its implementation. It also demonstrates how to lead by example and develop a mindset for continuous improvement throughout the delegates’ businesses.
“This is a course that has been in the pipeline for some time,” said Alison. “The emphasis on a positive food safety culture within the BRCGS Standard has confirmed our belief that this is essential training for food businesses, whatever their size.”
Both one-day courses are certificated by Food and Drink Qualifications (FDQ) and take place in May 2023. Delegates can attend in person at Verner Wheelock’s training centre in Skipton, North Yorkshire, or remotely. In-house training is also available.
For more information, please visit www.vwa.co.uk