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HABC Level 4 Award in Food Safety Management for Manufacturing

Tutor: Dr. Mohamed Abdelsalam
Duration: 5 days
The below fees include coffee break, lunch, Material & Certificate

Fees / Person: 3500 EGP 
Venue: URS Training Center in URS 37 Hegaz St. , Mohandseen 
Date: 7-11/5/2017
Brief about high field:
HIGHFIELD Awarding Body for Compliance (HABC) is the UK’s leading awarding organization for compliance qualifications and is recognized by Ofqual, the Welsh Government, CCEA and SQA.

United Registrar of Systems Egypt Ltd
Mostafa Tahoun
Training Section Head 
37 El Hegaz Street - El Mohandessin
M: +201002595656
E: 
mostafatahoun@ursegypt.com

 

This qualification is aimed at managers working in a food or drink manufacturing environment.  The

qualification is intended for learners already working in manufacturing, or those who are preparing to work in

the industry, and whose job requires them to have some responsibility for food safety.  Learners are likely to

have management responsibilities for an operational team.  This qualification covers the subject of food

hygiene at a suitable depth to ensure learners have a thorough knowledge of hazards and controls; the focus

is on the importance developing, implementing and monitoring food safety procedures

 

In preparation for the transition to the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF), the HABC Level 4 Award

in Food Safety Management for Manufacturing is currently under review and an updated qualification

specification will be available from early 2017.

 

How long will it take me to achieve this qualification?  

This qualification is usually obtained by taking a 5 day classroom-based course. However, it can also be

achieved through a variety of other methods including blended and distance learning, as long as the

recommended learning hours are completed.

 

How is the qualification assessed?

This qualification is assessed through a 2-part examination.

 

· Part one is a 30 question multiple-choice examination.

· Part two is a written examination where learners choose 4 from 6 questions, totaling to a possible 70

marks.