Two training opportunities are being offered for CanadaGAP auditors in January 2019.

SGS Canada is offering the CanadaGAP auditor training course on January 14-18 in Burnaby, British Columbia. Register early to avoid disappointment!

 CanadaGAP Auditor Training – January 14-18, 2019 – Burnaby, BC

What does the course offer?

  • Intensive review of CanadaGAP requirements
  • Practical examples specific to commodity or region, HACCP component and optional module on auditing repacking and wholesaling operations
  • Days 1-4: Classroom training
  • Day 5: Pre-exam review and exams (CanadaGAP Auditor Exam, GFSI Knowledge Exam for Primary Production, HACCP Exam, and Repacking and Wholesaling Exam)

Who should take the course?

  • Those interested in becoming CanadaGAP auditors
  • Those responsible for the food safety program within your company
  • Those conducting internal audits in preparation for CanadaGAP certification
  • Program participants who want to further their understanding of CanadaGAP requirements
  • Consultants, buyers or other stakeholders

What are the pre-qualifying requirements?

How much does it cost?

  • $2,200 + tax

What’s in it for me?

  • Understand how to use the CanadaGAP manuals and their requirements
  • Identify how to use the CanadaGAP audit checklist
  • Describe the hazards associated with fresh produce
  • Recognize the basic responsibilities of being an auditor
  • Understand the basics of HACCP
  • Discuss principles of risk assessment and how they apply to CanadaGAP audits
  • Explain various pieces of legislation that affect Canadian operations
  • Understand how to read and interpret different kinds of records and documents

How do I register?

SGS Canada is also offering the Understanding the CanadaGAP Program course on January 29-30 in Mississauga, Ontario.

Understanding the CanadaGAP Program – January 29-30, 2019 – Mississauga, ON

What does the course cover?

  • Includes general information about the CanadaGAP program, certification and a review of main technical requirements
  • Understand how to become certified to the CanadaGAP program (i.e. how to enrol in the program, how to keep records, how to prepare for an audit, etc.)
  • Understand basic food safety hazards in fresh produce operations
  • Understand how to use and implement the CanadaGAP manual

Who should take this course?

  • Program participants who want to further their understanding of CanadaGAP requirements
  • Agriculture sector professionals and consultants
  • Growers/producers, packers, repackers, wholesalers and brokers interested in becoming certified
  • Those responsible for the food safety program within your company
  • Buyers or other stakeholders

How much does it cost?

  • $1050.00 + tax

How do I register?

Need more information?

SGS Canada
Email: nassc.training@sgs.com
Telephone: 1-905-364-3757