Global Good Agricultural Practice Understanding and Implementing Integrated Farm Assurance V5 GAP 01

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Scope of the Manual

This scope of the training covers the requirements for the GLOBALG.A.P Integrated Farm Assurance (IFA) Standard version 4. This covers the “All Farm base Crop base and Fruits and Vegetable modules.

Livestock and Aquaculture are not included in this manual

Course Objectives

A student who successfully completes this course will be able to:

  • Reduce food safety risks in primary production by implementing a Global Gap approved farm assurance schemes;
  • Understand the purpose, concepts, and rationale for good agricultural practices (GAP) with a clear risk assessed HACCP based reference standard IFA V5;
  • Describe the benefits of a GAP
  • Interpret the CPCCS and;
  • Conduct self-assessments/inspections.

Introduction

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Introduction

ALL FARM BASE

1
Site History and Site Management
2
Record Keeping And Internal Self- Assessment or Internal Inspection
3
Workers Health, Safety and Welfare
4
Subcontractors
5
Waste and Pollution Management, Recycling and Re-Use
6
Environment and Conservation
7
Complaints
8
Recall or Withdrawal Procedure
9
Food Defence
10
Global Gap Status
11
Logo Use
12
Traceability and Segregation

CB CROPS BASE

1
Traceability
2
Propagation Material
3
Site History and Site Management
4
Soil Management
5
Fertilizer Application
6
Irrigation or Fertigation
7
Integrated Pest Management
8
Plant Protection Products
9
Equipment

FRUIT AND VEGETABLES

1
Soil Management
2
Substrates
3
Pre-Harvest
4
Harvesting
5
Produce Handling

Exam Questions

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Chapter Questions
14 questions
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Duration: 35 hours
Lectures: 27
Video: 2 hours
Level: Advanced

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