*Please note that these courses are being offered in French.

The CanadaGAP Auditor Training course will be offered online July 18-21 and July 25, 2023. Register early to avoid disappointment!

Course details
·        In French

·        July 18-21 & 25, 2023

·        8:30 AM – 4:30 PM (EDT)

·        Cost: $1300.00 + tax

·        Registration deadline: July 10, 2023

·        Register by sending an email to: mcheppell@qualiterra.ca

·        Contact: mylenesavard@qualiterra.ca

What does the course offer?

  • Intensive review of CanadaGAP manual requirements
  • Practical examples specific to commodity or region, and optional units for HACCP and on auditing repacking and wholesaling operations
  • Digital copies of the course materials, virtual training and pre-exam review

How will the exams be administered?

  • The exams (CanadaGAP Auditor Exam, HACCP Exam (optional), and Repacking and Wholesaling Exam (optional)) will be available to write online in a proctored setting after the course is complete. Exam details and proctoring information will be made available before the end of the course.
  • Note: there is extra cost to take the exam online (cost covers proctoring fee per exam). Course registration does not include exam proctoring fees.

What are the system requirements to participate in the training?

  • Computer (Windows or macOS)
  • An internet connection – broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE)
  • Speakers and a microphone – built-in, USB plug-in, or wireless Bluetooth
  • A webcam or HD webcam – built-in, USB plug-in

Who should take this course?

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

What are the pre-qualifying requirements?         

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 and review basic auditing skills
  • 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

Need more information?

For course information:

Mylène Savard


June 7th, 2023 at 10:26 am