Gluten-Free Certification Program
Approved Industry, Consultant or Auditor Certificate
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Why take Gluten-Free Certification Program Industry, Consultant & Auditor Online Training?
The course objective of this one day training session is to provide food industry professionals with basic knowledge about the ANAB Accredited Gluten-Free Certification Program Standard, Policies and Procedures, as a necessary step for a facility to successfully complete a third-party audit. The course is based on the auditing methodology documented in ISO 17065 and 17021 and the technical skills necessary to train and implement the GFCP requirements. Understanding how to manage gluten as a chemical hazard and the many hidden sources throughout the manufacturing process, will prepare those completing this course to assist their facility to attain gluten-free certification.
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Who Should Take the Training?
Individuals currently working with food safety and quality management systems, who wish to implement the GFCP, become approved to conduct third-party audits in the GFCP, or consult manufacturers seeking recognition in the GFCP, including:
- Quality Assurance & Control Managers
- Government & Food Regulatory Managers
- Food Plant & Facility Managers
- Food Safety & Quality Management Consultants
- HACCP Coordinators
- Lead Auditors
- Senior Management Commitment
- GFCP Standard, Policies & Requirements
- The GF Market & Consumer Landscape
- Audit Report & Certification Process
- Audit/ Auditor Overview and Requirements
- Report Writing
- Dealing with Non-Conformities
- Interactive Workshops with Case Studies
- How to Deal With Oats
- Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity
- What is Gluten?
An online exam is required for candidates who wish to achieve a Gluten-Free Certification Program Approved Auditor (GAA) Designation. To achieve a GAA Designation, candidates must be pre-screened by ACG. Candidates will be asked to provide details about their education, professional knowledge and skills. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.