Auditor/ Inspector Trainings
Please find below the current training courses for certification bodies and auditors:
IFS Scoring Course
Voluntary IFS training for IFS Food exam applicants, reviewers who are not already approved IFS Auditors, industry staff: how does IFS score? and auditors who would like to improve their scoring skills.
IFS Food Calibration Training
Obligatory training for all IFS Food auditors who want to extend their IFS Food auditor qualification.
IFS Logistics Calibration Training
Obligatory training for all IFS pure Logistics auditors who want to maintain their IFS Logistics auditor qualification.
IFS PACsecure Calibration Training
As indicated in the IFS PACsecure Standard auditors need to attend the calibration training every two years to maintain their auditor approval. The training dates mentioned are scheduled for IFS PACsecure auditors whose qualification ends at 31st December 2018.
Obligatory training course for all (certification body) internal IFS trainers, reviewers and observers.
The IFS “Train the trainer”- course is the equivalent (mentioned in: IFS Food version 6.1, Part 3, chapter 3.1) of the IFS in-house course organized by the certification body.
IFS Logistics, 2.2 Auditor Training
Qualification Training for all IFS Food auditors, who also want to audit against IFS Logistics.
IFS Broker Auditor Training
Qualification Training for all IFS Food auditors, who also want to audit against IFS Broker.
IFS Wholesale / Cash & Carry Version 2
Qualification Training for IFS Food auditors and reviewer, who also want to audit and review reports against IFS Wholesale / Cash & Carry
Combined Sessions: Examination & Training
Auditor qualification trainings in combination with examinations.
IFS PACsecure auditor training
Training for auditors who wish to qualify for IFS PACsecure audits.
IFS HPC Version 2, Auditor Training
Qualification Training for all who would like to become an IFS HPC auditor.
IFS Global Markets-Logistics assessor training
The IFS Global Markets – Logistics is a standardized product safety program for logistic service providers. The aim is to support “small and/or less developed businesses” in the development of a product safety management system and to help them make the first step towards the IFS Logistics.