How to become an Approved Training Partner
The scheme is open to individuals and corporations, and all applications are independently reviewed to ensure they meet the rigorous criteria needed for entry to the scheme.
You must be able to demonstrate, through qualifications and work experience in the manufacturing sector you're applying for, that you meet the criteria specified for each Standard.
Minimum requirements to become a BRCGS Approved Training Partner:
- a degree or diploma in a relevant field, or equivalent;
- qualification in HACCP or risk assessment (of at least two days duration or equivalent);
- a minimum of five years’ experience in the relevant manufacturing sector;
- successful completion of a BRCGS Train the Trainer course on the relevant Standard;
- evidence of training qualification and/or experience and;
- the provision of two references: one to reference industry experience, one to reference training experience.
Benefits of being a BRCGS Approved Training Partner
As an ATP you will receive the latest training materials from the BRCGS Academy and receive the full support of the BRCGS Technical team. You will also:
- Have access to the BRCGS knowledge centre and expert forums through a dedicated partner portal, myBRCGS.
- Be associated with a certification system that's recognised around the world.
- Receive the latest updates about Global Standards and the overall BRCGS scheme.
- Be included in a searchable directory of ATPs allowing potential clients to contact you directly.
- Have exclusive use of the Approved Training Partner logo which can be used on all your marketing materials.
- Be recognised by peers and clients as someone with advanced skills and knowledge in your sector.
- Be invited to BRCGS' annual conferences and enjoy a discount to the annual BRCGS food safety conference.
ATP Training (Food 9 Standard*)
|Current ATPs (at launch of new Standard)
|TTT exam (80% pass)
|New applicants (including auditors/trainers from other schemes, academics, technical managers and consultants)
||4-day TTT course
||TTT exam (80% pass)
*Other Standards course duration TBC
For questions or more information, email email@example.com.
All Train the Trainer courses are run by Principal Trainers and managed by the BRCGS Academy.
Train the Trainer assessments will assess training skills via observation of practice during the one day course by Principal Trainers (and initially by Head of Academy Programmes).
Assessments will follow a set of criteria to be determined by the BRCGS Academy in consultation with Principal Trainers.
Feedback and grade will be given to the delegate on the day, and in the event of any dispute the Head of Academy Programmes will be consulted.