Campden BRI has an excellent track record for the delivery of first class training programmes.
training and conferences
and seminars designed
specifically for personnel from the private and public sectors across the whole food chain. View by sector,
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Sensing technologies to improve your quality assurance
20 September 2016
This workshop will provide the participants with the state of the art on Quasi Imaging UV‐Vis, Photo‐
acoustics and Distributed Temperature
Food factory of the future seminar
22 September 2016
This event will cover various aspects of future food manufacturing, evaluate today’s limitations and assess possible
solutions, including potential cost savings by using emerging solutions
Showcase of the future of e‐health and PRECIOUS seminar
23 September 2016
In 2009, Non‐Communicable Diseases (NCDs) accounted for 87% of all deaths and amounted to 70% of the overall healthcare
costs in the EU
Training and development group
28 September 2016
This is the second meeting of the Training and development group, the group will focus on the challenges and issues
that food businesses have to deal with – Campden BRI Members only
Food allergen labelling seminar
27 October 2016
The seminar has been designed for anyone involved in food labelling and information provision; from product
development, technical management, quality assurance, and marketing to regulatory affairs
Current challenges in food microbiology seminar
2 November 2016
Ongoing advances in microbiological analysis and testing of food and drink are geared towards providing manufacturers
and regulators with quicker ways of producing precise results
Food microbiology method testing: validation versus verification
3 November 2016
This seminar will look at the role of MicroVal, the benefits of method testing and certification, and the detail of the
standard (ISO 16140) that is used to validate and verify test methods
Starter training courses
Those new to the food industry, or changing roles to a less familiar discipline, will need foundation training in
different technical areas.
CFS preparatory course
The Certified Food Scientist (CFS) program – a first of its kind certification for food professionals worldwide
– recognises the applied scientific knowledge and skills of food scientists.