and venue: This course was successfully delivered at the
Food Technology Centre,
Llangefni (LL77 7XA) on Anglesey, North Wales starting on Monday
2nd March 2015.
by: Adrian Barratt, senior quality assessment trainer will
deliver the five day programme. Paul Neve, quality assessment trainer
will support the delivery of the programme.
costs: £1,000 per person. 11 persons attended from England,
Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Women and work funding was successfully applied to this programme.
here. Please complete and send to Lee
Cooper before making payment (see below).
Please bring along your own whites and wellingtons, unless you wish
to use disposables. Tea and Coffee will be provided free of charge,
and lunches will also be provided. Normal food handling hygiene
and H&S procedures will be in effect throughout the course.
Joining instructions will be issued prior to the course by the course
administrator. Your administrator for the course is Paul
Theory sessions covering quality assessment, setting up assessment
teams, plus practical taste calibration exercise and fish quality
assessment of white fish quality (Cod);
assessment of flatfish quality (Plaice etc);
Practical assessment of oil rich fish quality (various species),
plus using other assessment schemes (theory);
Standardisation of assessment practices (theory), Assessment of
locally sourced (mostly supermarket) fish products (practical),
review and discussions.
Monday - Thursday 09:00 - 16:00, Friday 08:30 - 13:00
example of the Advanced programme is available
was the 12th Seafish advanced quality assessment training course
delivered by Adrian Barratt since the course was developed in 2008.
The course has remained largely unchanged since it was launched,
apart from minor amendments to timings etc. Feedback from the course
has been excellent with most participants able to apply their new
knowledge and skills almost at once within in their job roles and
workplaces. Several participants have gone on to administer advanced
courses on behalf of Seafish in other regions, and at least two
participants have become approved trainers as a result of course