2016-02-15 • Advanced HACCP Training (HARPC) (SOLD OUT)
This 3 day course addresses the required pre-requisite programs that under HARPC play a much more significant role in your food safety programs than they may have played in your current HACCP Programs.
This in-depth course enables attendees to gain a practical understanding of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP),
and learn how to develop and implement a HACCP system to meet customer and regulatory requirements.
HACCP is the basis for all food safety management systems and the universally accepted tool to identify and eliminate food safety hazards.
This program meets the formal HACCP training requirements of SQF, BRC, ISO 22000 and other food safety standards and is approved by the International HACCP Alliance.
Although not a pre-requisite for this training, a basic knowledge of food safety is recommended.
Registration Deadline*: SOLD OUT
*Please note - space is limited so early registration is recommended. First come, first served.
Training Date: February 15-17, 2016
Prestige Executive Center
500 St. George Street, Moncton, NB
Advanced HACCP will be delivered in English and the program runs from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm.
Training Cost (+HST):
$821.25 for AFBPA members (25% discount)
Program details and registration forms are attached.
April 13th – 15th, 2016 - Palais des congrès, Montreal
Meet Qualified Buyers from the United States
The International Food & Beverage Tradeshow
The thirteenth edition of Canada’s leading international food and beverage exhibition, SIAL Canada is coming to Montreal April 13-15, 2016 at the Palais des congrès. Following the model of SIAL Paris, the world’s largest food trade event, SIAL Canada covers all segments of the food industry including organics, private label, halal, kosher, gluten free products attracting local and foreign companies, presenting the next trends and innovations for the retail and food service markets. This annual show alternates between Montreal and Toronto and, in April 2016, it will for the first time, highlight two new sectors featuring companies in Food Service, and Supply Chain, and being part of SET Canada (Equipment and technology sector). The SET Canada sector showcases packaging, processing, store and restaurant equipment and services and is included in SIAL Canada every year.
Opportunities NB (ONB) is seeking New Brunswick agri-food, seafood and other qualifying companies to participate in an organized business mission to SIAL Canada 2016.
Showcase your products on the international stage in Canada;
Participate in world renowned international contests SIAL Innovation;
Network with key decision makers at premier international events organized by SIAL Canada;
Access up to 80 international buyers including retailers and food importers through organized matchmaking.
If you are interested in participating in this international food trade show, please contact Irenia Roussel at email@example.com by January 22, 2016.