In the management of food supply chains, criteria including the incoming quality of materials, processing methodology, storage conditions, outgoing quality, and much more must be documented at each link in the chain. Synchronizing and sharing this information among all of the parties along the chain is critical for enabling lot traceability, collaborative coordination and optimization of operations, product consistency and quality management, regulatory compliance, and ultimately, customer safety and satisfaction.
Food Supply Chain Management and Logistics Training course aims to provide particpants with the necessary technical knowledge in order to support the safe production of food within their roles. The course acknowledges the importance of a holistic, all-encompassing farm-to-fork supply chain focus across the food sector.
The course also aims to equip particpants with the essential practical and professional transferable skills to enable them to reach their potential within the food sector as well as academic, industrial, commercial, government, and environmental settings.
At the end of the Food Supply Chain Management and Logistics, you will be able to :
Critically analyse the factors required to structure and manage a supply chain successfully.
Evaluate the importance of establishing and maintaining strategic supply chain relationships and customer relationships within regional, national and international business markets.
Understand the vital aspects of food supply chains from a management and social perspective.
Get a comprehending of the food supply chain from “farm” to “fork,” taking into consideration the multiple challenges and supporting mechanisms to make sure the food that reaches the consumers’ plates is safe.
Recognise Food supply chains: production, manufacturing, and Food regulation, safety and quality.
Appraise the impact of food processing.
Discuss the barriers to the development of the agri-industry.
Recognise obstacles in the future of food retailing as well as challenges in International food supply chains.
Food Supply Chain Management and Logistics, is ideal for :
Anyone wanting to learn more about Food supply chain and logistics
Quality Control personnel in food premises and food processing facilities
Hygiene inspectors acting on behalf of official Public Health Authorities, involved in the inspection of food premises and in the implementation and monitoring of food safety legislation
Food Safety Consultants
Food technologists and scientists who want to enrich their scientific knowledge
Potential food professionals and scientists who want to gain knowledge that will bring new job opportunities