What makes a successful food safety professional? Many will say ‘technical competence’ as a minimum but what about other complimentary skills and personal attributes? The challenge for food safety professionals today is maintaining not only the technical competence from their initial studies, but to actively improve and enhance the ‘not-so-obvious’ skills and attributes over the span of their career.
Watch this presentation as HACCP Mentor demonstrates how committing to a path of ongoing learning and professional development contributes to career success.
Find out how to identify your current gaps, recognise the value of personal improvement and implement a career plan to help you become the ultimate food safety professional. The session will also provide tools and takeaways to help you succeed regardless of your current role, or your food safety, quality or compliance responsibilities.
Food Safety Professional
By the conclusion of this session, you should be able to:
- 1Identify GAPs in your current knowledge, skills and personal attributes
- 2Recognise the value of continuing professional development outside of technical competence
- 3Start to map a career plan to become the ultimate food safety professional
Resources Mentioned in the Video
Food safety and compliance training with HACCP Mentor
Personal attributes and skills with Linked In Learning (Lynda.com)
Professional Network with IFSQN
Government Recall Websites – Various Links
Personality Typing – Myers and Briggs
Have Your Say
Did you find the webinar useful? Have you got any skills and attributes you would like to add to what has discussed? Share your thoughts and your experience with the HACCP Mentor community by leaving a comment below this post.