Masters programmes

MSc in Food and Drink Regulatory Affairs

Objectives


The core objective is to develop a thorough understanding of the theory and best practice relating to Food and Drink regulatory structures and procedures, along with the skills to act autonomously in the effective application and interpretation of regulations to your business.

Content includes

  • Framework of food regulations
  • Food processing regulations
  • Claims and labelling
  • Supply chain integrity
  • Current and future macro trends and impact on regulations
  • Farm to fork - how legislation interacts
  • Managing regulatory divergence
  • Food safety including contaminants, pesticides, food contact materials
  • Research

Who should attend

Employees in the Food and Drink sector, working in technical areas such as quality, food safety, regulatory affairs or R&D, who need to be able to interpret regulations and understand their implications to their business. Participants may have a variety of backgrounds, including food science, food engineering, home economics, microbiology, however, many have not had any formal training in food regulations.

Qualification

MSc in Food and Drink Regulatory Affairs.

Upcoming dates:

No training dates available at the moment.

Course

MSc in Food and Drink Regulatory Affairs

Training Days

2 years

Training Locations

Online

Course Cost

Skillnet Member: €6,650
Non-member rate: €9,900
Member rate available to all companies in the Food and Drink sector
* Cost quoted per person

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